Your diet is a bank account. Good food choices are good investments.
I like to look nice, but I’m not marketing being beautiful.
Let’s be clear, I’m a strong woman.
Exercise is like an old friend: You may not be able to see that friend all the time, but you’re not mad when you see them, you’re happy, and you get right back into it.
Bravo can’t be responsible for the mental state of every single person that comes onto their network.
You cannot show people only the petals and not the thorns. It’s not fair to them.
I thought doing reality TV would be the greatest success of my life or the biggest mistake.
My recipes aren’t geared towards women; my books are marketed towards women because women are the biggest market for weight loss, weight management and weight maintenance and for cooking.
I’m always in my pajamas, unless I know for a fact that people are taking my picture.
Never eat while doing something else, because you won’t get the satisfaction from your food and you’ll be more likely to overeat.
Baby wipes are great for everything! For wiping babies’ butts, as an eye-makeup remover, to wipe the counter, to clean my hands at the airport, just everything.
I’m a big bath person.
Frankly, I don’t trust any diet that doesn’t allow sugar.
Faith, culture, structure and guidance are good things.
I have the most beautiful daughter in the world and I’m grateful for her.
I can’t just only be on reality TV and show everything when it’s the fairy princess, fairytale, and then not take my hits when I have to.
The only way I’m interested in having a baby is the old-fashioned way.
I’m scared of the unknown future.
I love pregnancy and the bump and the whole thing.
All I ever wanted to do was be able to pay my rent.
I never had a true childhood.
I despise shopping and department stores.
In many ways, being pregnant and working were more difficult than motherhood.
Being with my family is my highest priority.
You’re alone in your ideas, because you’re the only one who knows what’s possible.
I like showing moms what it’s really like having a baby, and how it’s not Hollywood life.
Life is stressful.
I’ve often thought if I didn’t make my marriage work, I would have failed at my one true shot at happiness.
You have to work for everything. Marriage should not be any different.
I truly don’t believe in regret.
Life is hopefully long, so I don’t know what the future will bring.
I don’t believe in diets.
My books have helped a lot of men to lose weight.
Truthfully, my life is always lunacy.
I can’t work without my family being with me.
Love is everywhere.
Until you become a woman you don’t know the things that come with being a woman.
My business doesn’t keep me warm at night.
I have to be in a relationship where I can say what I feel even if it’s wrong – so we can work through it.
Nothing comes easily for me.
I’m one of those people who have everything in their purses.
It’s hard to wind down, but then I beat myself up because I have a tense back.
I didn’t binge when I was pregnant.
Food is not your best friend or enemy.
I’m not overly focused on being loved by everybody.
I’ve always been told I have a giant placenta.
I have always been a business person.
I went onto reality TV as a business decision.
It’s my nature to run from relationships, because I have never seen a good one.
I’m very private.
I grew up in a very toxic home.
I never thought I’d be a role model but I think to some people I am or have been.
Thinking about women who can’t have their own baby, even the first baby, I’m really lucky.
I don’t think it’s good to constantly talk about your own weight and the fact that you look fat in jeans.
I admire people like Warren Buffett that are donating so much money to charity.
My biggest ‘don’t’ from the past? Picking my face!
Depriving yourself will, ironically enough, lead to rebelling and weight gain.