Be yourself, fill your life with good people, and don't get a big head. It can all be gone tomorrow.
I've spoken to people who I swear can tell the future.
When you work with the same people for 10 years, they become family. Now when I see them - it might not be for nine months - but when I see them, it's great.
House of Style' changed my life. I literally had no experience in front of a TV camera before, and there I was taking over for Rebecca Romijn. My exposure heightened instantly.
For an hour every day, I did something. I was on the elliptical or the treadmill, and if someone asked me to go to a class - whether it was spinning, boxing, yoga, you name it - I went. By the end of the month, I felt so good, I just kept going. I didn't want to lose my momentum.
I'm much better off the tee. I'm not a great putter. I do not have a good short game.
I still love red velvet cake.
I was always getting run-down from jet lag and being in strange towns where I didn't speak the language or know what the food was like.
I'm going to get up every morning at 6:30 to work out. Then, when I've kept with it all week, I give myself something I really want, like a new handbag or a piece of jewelry I'm coveting.
I've also learned that sometimes, no matter how much you want things to work, you have to accept that sometimes they just don't.
This does not come naturally. I have to work out 60 to 90 minutes at least five days a week and stick to a high- fiber, low-calorie eating plan.
I think it's important to come from a humble place.
My mom FedExes a red velvet cake she makes from scratch to me every birthday.
I believe in magic, psychics and all that.
I think I've done every crazy diet there was in the beginning, but it's weird: I'm thinner now than I was when I was modeling. I don't obsess about it.