I think children are like pancakes. You sort of ruin the first one, and you get better at it the second time around.
If there's cheesecake in the house, I'll have some.
If I'm exhausted and I just don't feel like it, then I don't do it. I am a human being, after all. But I also know I'm the kind of person who, if I take one day off, well, it's very easy for me to take the next day off and then quit exercising.
I'm not a prettier everywoman. I am an everywoman that they clean up awfully well for T.V.
Having been a cheerleader, I know all too well what these girls give up to join forces and compete.
I'll quit tanning when the satchel handle grows out of my back.
Please get on an airplane or a horse, because it's pretty spectacular.
If you're a waiter and you're waiting on me, you might get five percent, you might get seventy percent. It depends on how bad my math skills are that day.
In some ways, her life is so much worse that everybody else's, people feel almost cheered up and inspired. They feel like, 'If Hayley hasn't killed herself, why should I?'
I work out every day. It's part of my life. That's one of the benefits of having kids in school full-time.
I feel like my mind is a little quieter when I exercise.
I had a picture-perfect childhood.
If I feel any sort of emotional upheaval, I go for a jog and I feel better.
I don't have the best family history heart-wise, so I really try to keep my heart strong.
I get paid to make out with the hunks!
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