I think Joan's advice would be: always know more than anyone else, always be discreet as possible. And never cry at work.
We all admire the wisdom of people who come to us for advice.
I imagine 'Daily Grace' as, like, your awkward older sister who tries to give you advice.
My mother is a great source of advice and wisdom and consolation for me.
It gets really tricky giving advice. The older I get, the less advice I give.
The best fashion advice I'd say would be just to do what makes you comfortable and what makes you feel cute, and that's how you're gonna look your best 'cause when you feel your best, everybody else can feel it, too.
What advice do I tell my grandson? I listen to him.
Advice may not be good advice 10 or 15 years from now. Someone could tell you something years ago and it might not work now. The world is constantly changing. One word could mean something different today. Today you can't give advice to anyone.
In my opinion, theater shouldn't give advice to citizens.
I'm not a very good advice-giver.
My advice, Be healthy, reach your own goals and don't be afraid to impersonate a SNL star.
Everyone who means well gives advice based on his or her perception. I have realized that while it's important to hear the suggestions, one should only listen to oneself.
The only advice I can give to aspiring writers is don't do it unless you're willing to give your whole life to it. Red wine and garlic also helps.
My other advice is to start writing songs and singing right away.
The advice I have for new artists is this - write great songs and play them live as often as possible. Get residencies all over town and crush it.
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