I’m usually done with work around 11am, so I have time before I pick the kids up from school.
There’s no such thing as an uber-mom.
I work out with a trainer, Anna Kaiser, three days a week.
When I’m at work, I’m remembering what I forgot to do for the kids, and when I’m with the kids, I’m remembering what I forgot to do at work.
Sleeping is not something I do a lot of.
I’m like any working mom.
When you have an entire amphitheatre of people laughing that way, it makes you feel so funny and it frees you to go further than you probably would.
My parents were like June and Ward Cleaver; there was nothing dysfunctional about them.
I’d rather not have a moment when I’m known for my looks; being funny and interesting lasts longer.
I try to make my heart beat out of my chest, hard-core, once a day for at least a half hour. I think that’s very important.
I get paid to make out with the hunks!
I don’t have the best family history heart-wise, so I really try to keep my heart strong.
If I feel any sort of emotional upheaval, I go for a jog and I feel better.
I had a picture-perfect childhood.
I feel like my mind is a little quieter when I exercise.