22 Jokes About Motivation That Will Make You Laugh Then Cry



1. This weird species:

This weird species:


2. This way you play yourself:

This way you play yourself:


3. This completely reasonable response:

This completely reasonable response:


4. This thing that sounds fake, but OK:


This thing that sounds fake, but OK:


5. This most valiant effort:

This most valiant effort:


6. This root of all your issues, tbh:

This root of all your issues, tbh:


7. This standard sequence of events:

This standard sequence of events:


8. This actual gif of you:

22 Jokes About Motivation That Will Make You Laugh Then Cry


9. Those times when it’s the thought that counts:

Those times when it's the thought that counts:


10. This misguided bit of productive procrastination:

This misguided bit of productive procrastination:


11. This baffling concept:

This baffling concept:


12. This hack:

This hack:


13. This moment when you just need to do…something:

This moment when you just need to do...something:


14. This wistful question:

This wistful question:


15. Those completely unhelpful bursts of energy at the worst times:

Those completely unhelpful bursts of energy at the worst times:


16. This thing that keeps you afloat, barely:

This thing that keeps you afloat, barely:


17. This exhausting endeavor:

22 Jokes About Motivation That Will Make You Laugh Then Cry


18. This terrible cycle:

This terrible cycle:


19. This homage:

This homage:


20. This spot-on description that’s just too real:

This spot-on description that's just too real:


21. This thing that’s worth a try…or not:

This thing that's worth a try...or not:


22. And finally, this age-old question:

And finally, this age-old question:

By the way, lack of motivation is a really common symptom of depression, so if you found a lot of things in this post a little too relatable, you might want to look into ways to take care of yourself. SO, here are some quick resources:

  • You can learn more about depression here.
  • You learn more about starting therapy here.
  • You can find free and low-cost mental health resources here.
  • And finally, if you need to talk to someone immediately, the US National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255. A list of international suicide hotlines can be found here.

Source: buzzfeed.com