Making people laugh is a really fabulous thing because it means you're getting deep inside somebody, into their psyche, and their ability to look at themselves.
But now that I've matured, I've realized that - at the end of the day - what's really important is the work, not what people think of me.
I never went through a biological clock experience. I never even heard it ticking.
No one's just going to hand you a career. I waited for years for someone to hand me one and it never happened.
I go to coffee shops for my outlet. Which is just not healthy at all.
I was not the kid that hung out at the arcade.
I'm kind of a 'Fix-It Felix' video girl. I like the simpler, sweeter kind of games.
I've just always loved singing, and I come from a family that loves singing around the kitchen table.
I'm kind of a manic exerciser. I'll like exercise for a week and be crazy, and then I won't do it for six months.
To this day, I still would choose the angst over something easier, when I really don't have to.
I know it sounds new age-y, but what I've truly come up with is that you really need to trust that you're on your own path, as long as you stay true to it and you show up, which is 99% of it.
When I was younger, I actually wanted to be in the spotlight. To have people want me, want to have a piece of me.
Football is very masculine and, to me, a metaphor for war.
I do like to go to movies. I like to be in the theater. I like the event of it.
I don't wear particular designers. I wear whoever fits me well.
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