We'd go to the crappiest mountain because they had the cheapest lift tickets.
I know I have pretty good instincts.
I've always played with kids that were five, six, seven years older than me.
Leaving school or college and heading out into the world of work is never easy, even in good times. It's a huge transition as well as a practical challenge.
Yes, I did shatter my leg, and it really changed my life, in a way. It wasn't much fun, but it did open me up, and as we all know intuitively, adversity can develop resources.
All these other heavyweights are great challenges for me. But they have had their time - and I need to be 100 per cent ready for these fighters - but I don't fear any of them.
Relentless, repetitive self talk is what changes our self-image.
My mom was a soap opera queen in Mexico and Latin America. I started acting because of her.
I'm sure there are many women in this world who would hate me because all I watch is sports. But I found the one girl who loves watching with me.
We're a microcosm of America and are blessed to live in a country that's so diverse. While it's great for people to see that we can love and respect each other and work together, despite our differences, at the end of the day, we just want to make great music.
The thing with me, I can't talk about my work. I find it very difficult.
Mark E. Smith
Living in Sydney, I've taken the chance to start surfing again. One of my best memories of growing up is catching my first proper wave and surfing across it and my brother cheering at me from the shore.
Feeling a part of that community is my greatest reward.
Dropbox looks really simple to the end user and is extremely magical and just works. But under the hood, the complexity of the technology is huge. The amount of work it requires to store, scale and move this data is pretty intense.
Nothing can come in the way of my studies. That's top priority.
Apl has a lot of songs that are paying homage to his native tongue. He's from the Philippines. He has songs inspired by his culture.