30 Saturday Affirmations for a Peaceful & Productive Weekend

You used your daily mantras to get through a tough week, including a Friday affirmation to end it with a bang!

Now Saturday has finally arrived.

Remind yourself to switch off from work and make the most of your weekend with our empowering affirmations for Saturdays:

Positive Saturday Affirmations

Quiet those negative thoughts in your head with a positive affirmation this Saturday:

10 Positive Saturday Affirmations on Recycled Paper with Grass and Daisies Background

1. I give myself permission to rest.

2. I am letting go of my stresses.

3. I will fill this Saturday with the things I love.

4. I’m going to have a fantastic weekend.

5. I am passionate about my goals.

Your dreams of success don’t need to be parked at the weekend.

Giving your mind time to rest can actually make you more creative![1]

Welcome good things into your life with our affirmations for success.

6. I am feeling happy and calm.

7. I have positive daily habits.

8. I am radiating positive energy.

9. I will not compare myself to other people.

10. I choose to be happy.

11. I am switched off completely from work.

Enjoying a peaceful Saturday isn’t always easy, especially when you have a million and one tasks that you’ve not had time for throughout the week.

However it’s essential for your mental wellbeing that you try and forget about work.

Feel your mind begin to unwind by announcing aloud one of our affirmations for stress relief that act as a little reminder.

12. I will make time for self-care.

13. I am exactly where I need to be.

14. I am allowed to say no.

15. I will spend quality time with the people I love.

Saturday Morning Affirmations

Get out of bed, throw open the curtains and recite a morning affirmation, the perfect start to the weekend:

10 Saturday Morning Affirmations on Recycled Paper with Grass and Daisies Background

1. This Saturday is going to be a beautiful day.

2. I have so much energy.

3. I have woken up rested and prepared to take on the day.

4. I am in tune with what my body needs.

5. I am grateful for Saturday.

Expressing thanks with a gratitude affirmation, such as this one, might seem like a small action in your day.

Yet studies consistently show that regularly expressing gratitude makes you a happier person.[2]

Through our research here at The Good Body, we’ve found that journaling can be one way to establish the habit.

6. I deserve to be happy.

7. I will have a productive day.

8. My future is bright.

9. I will honor my needs today.

10. My mental wellbeing is my top priority.

Saturday Affirmation Quotes

Take a look at the reflections of these inspiring people, who certainly know how to live life to the full!

Saturday Affirmation Quotes #1 by Chip Gaines

1. "I told myself that I was going to live the rest of my life as if it were Saturday." Chip Gaines

Saturday Affirmation Quotes #2 by Tecumseh

2. "Happy Saturday! When you rise in the morning, give thanks for the light, for your life, for your strength. Give thanks for your food and for the joy of living. If you see no reason to give thanks, the fault lies in yourself." Tecumseh

Saturday Affirmation Quotes #3 by Charmaine J Forde

3. "Oh my sweet Saturday, I have been waiting for you for six long days." Charmaine J Forde

Saturday Affirmation Quotes #4 by Marilyn vos Savant

4. "Be in the habit of getting up bright and early on the weekends. Why waste such precious time in bed?" Marilyn vos Savant

Saturday Affirmation Quotes #5 by Byron Pulsifer

5. "My Saturday morning attitude is a reflection of the rest of the week gone by. That's why I always aim to end my week on a high note of accomplishment, a goal reached, or, a person encouraged." Byron Pulsifer

Don’t mention the “M” word…

When the weekend is over, you might need a little motivation!

Start next week with a Monday affirmation, that is sure to put you in the right headspace.

Laura Smith


Laura Smith

Associate Editorial Manager

Specialist health & wellbeing writer, passionate about discovering new technologies & sharing the latest research.


  1. Jar, F. (2016). Q&A: Why a Rested Brain Is More Creative [Online]. Scientific American. Available from: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/q-a-why-a-rested-brain-is-more-creative/ [Accessed 15 June 2023].
  2. Harvard Health Publishing (2021). Giving thanks can make you happier [Online]. Available from: https://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/giving-thanks-can-make-you-happier [Accessed 15 June 2023].