Honestly, for me only playing 14 minutes my rookie year and breaking my leg. To be able to play all 82, that was really cool for me… That was, for me, a huge accomplishment. Something I’m really proud of for sure.
When I walked outside of my room for the first time since being placed into self-isolation for breaking the Covid-19 protocols, I heard the cameras clicking with every single step I took. The whole spectacle made me feel uneasy.
What people need to realize is that when I was elected and put in this role, I was breaking a glass ceiling. What I didn’t realize at the time was that I was breaking a glass ceiling that was going to fall on my head and leave a lot of shards of glass that I was going to have to crawl over throughout my time as a leader.
People find it difficult to call Lars’ movies feminist. But they’re humanist movies because they show a woman going through life and being in really awful situations and going through hell, especially in films like ‘Dogville’ or ‘Breaking the Waves,’ but they stand their ground and they stay who they are, and I think that’s empowering for anyone.
The way I was playing year-round was breaking me down physically and mentally.
I trusted the wrong person with finances and the guy ended up breaking my bank. I lost my money in Ponzi schemes. If it wasn’t enough to be wasting a lot of it, one of my best friends totally done me dirty and wiped me out.
It’s the little things that stick with you though. Like the boring airport layovers and the bus breaking down in Prague. Those were the real bonding moments.
We’re never home later than 9:30 P. M. and once the children are in bed, Paul and I have some wine and watch a box-set such as Breaking Bad.’
I’ve battled mental health problems – first, anxiety, and later the depression that anxiety can trigger – on and off for about half my life. Which I don’t think is breaking news to anyone: it’s something I’ve been honest about, both privately and publicly, as much as I can.
I grew up with a respect for sitting down and breaking bread with my family and loved ones, so I always try to make great memories for my kids.
I am extremely, annoyingly compliant. I hate breaking the rules, and I love it when people tell me what to do and I can deliver.
Having a fall, breaking your wrist, that could be the week before the Olympics. That is why sport is always exciting.
I grew up very strict vegan. My dad didn’t allow me or any of my siblings to eat any meat, no cheese, no candy even. He was super strict about that sort of stuff. I think that’s one of the reasons I manage to be so healthy and take all these gnarly slams without breaking any bones: I think the main thing is being raised without drinking any soda.
Breaking Borders’ is about, more than anything, communication and conversation. The best lesson I’ve learned from doing this show is that when there is a breakdown in communication, conflict starts.
I found comfort in aggression, in breaking through false walls and challenging norms.
What can I say? I like breaking ground and exploring new things.
Well I am breaking the omerta and telling the world about how the Arctic is surprisingly full of bustling conurbations and comfy hotels so no explorer will ever speak to me again.
My father worked for Unilever, running a mass-spectrometry lab – mass spectrometry is a process for elucidating the chemical structures of molecules, which means that he presided over a legal form of corporate espionage, breaking down the component parts of competitors’ products in order to copy them.
Everyone has a breaking point.
I am delighted to be joining hands with Colors Tamil for a path breaking show like Singing Stars’ and this is an exciting way to mark my debut in the TV space.
Romantic relationships would get formed, then fall apart. Because unlike in Delhi, love was viewed differently back home in Bihar, where issues like caste were the breaking point.
‘The Sopranos,’ ‘Lost,’ ‘Breaking Bad’ and ‘The Wire’ – those are my all-times.
Breaking cliches for women has never been easy.
I am a rule follower. I think rules are there for a reason. I don’t like breaking them.
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