There's so much grey to every story - nothing is so black and white.
Coming from an Asian culture, I was always taught to respect my elders, to be a better listener than a talker.
Try to accomplish things you have always dreamt of while you can. I know it sounds cliche, but the biggest lesson I have learned is that life is precious; enjoy it while it lasts.
The best education I have ever received was through travel.
We live in a culture where we're bombarded with so much noise and so much insecurity.
Parents are working more than ever before and unable to monitor what kids are eating at home, and schools are selling astronomical amounts of junk food in order to supplement shrinking budgets. It's a ticking time bomb, and America's children are exploding.
It is said that the way to prevent obesity is not to allow kids to become overweight in the first place. But it takes a multi-pronged approach that has to start with parents. Kids are just too young to understand the consequences of obesity.
I'm determined to raise a strong girl.
I am a crazy online shopper. My husband always jokes, 'Another box arrived!' Airplanes used to be my sanctuary for reading books, but now I have to peruse Gilt sales.
I honestly never had the biological need to reproduce until I met my husband. But by the same token, even if we were unsuccessful, we were totally okay with adopting.
I have not watched 'Honey Boo Boo'.
I never run hills. My quads are already big enough. I don't run to build muscle; I do it for cardio.
I started working in television quite young, actually, and I definitely felt very insecure about what I looked like.
There are so many factors to lead to a child becoming obese.
We're doing a partial green nursery and trying as hard as we can to do as much organic stuff for our nursery as we can.
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