Katherine Schwarzenegger Quotes.
When I was younger, I played sports and went to camp. As I got older, my parents began to instill in us the importance of giving back to the community, especially those places around the world that are less fortunate than my very privileged life growing up in Los Angeles.
Walking around a slum in a third world country quickly puts into perspective what really matters in life. It grounds you in a way that you can’t experience without getting out of your bubble at home.
An example of a trend that I tried that didn’t exactly work out would be high-waisted jeans. We see them everywhere, but what I realized is that they don’t work for every body type.
My father is Arnold Schwarzenegger, the governor of California, and yes, he was the Terminator! He is also a former Mr. Universe and Mr. Olympia, two titles he earned as a champion bodybuilder.
I talk to my mom about six times a day, and we constantly email in between that. People say that I’m her twin. I guess it would be the Kennedy genes; my cheekbones are coming out.
If you can create a career built on passion, your chances for success, fulfillment, and longevity are far greater than if you take any old job simply for the paycheck.
I’ve always been way closer to my mom. I’m close to my dad, but they’re totally different kinds of relationships.
When I went to college, I met a new group of friends and looked back on my high-school experience and realized how much time I had wasted on trying to make myself something I wasn’t.
I love traveling around and talking to women in groups like the Girl Scouts, and being able to work with them is such an honor. For me, it’s always about working really hard and being able to help other people, which is what I’ve done with both of my books.
Women’s bodies are meant to store fat so that we can do amazing things like have babies or rock a tight pair of jeans.
I’m really passionate and love everything lifestyle-oriented, so that’s what I do on my website. I have been able to get other people to contribute to the website to create kind of a hub for people in the millennial generation – people my age.
I like clothes that are fashionable but also have great messages for lifestyle, and 360 does just that – the sweaters are for women of all shapes and sizes and are designed to allow a woman to feel beautiful and chic from the inside out.
I’m aware of the fact that I don’t know how to do it all, but I want for my blog to be a place where people can come to ask questions so that I can look for the answers for them. That’s the kind of work that I did for my books, and I want to transition that to my blog for more of a community feel.
In our culture, we grow up thinking that failure is a terrible thing, that it’s a setback, or worse, the end. Often it turns out to be the beginning of something better.
I grew up with my mom always talking to everyone everywhere, whether it was professionally or in a coffee shop. And my dad was the same way. So I love being able to talk to people, hear their stories and be inspired.
Shopping is a great way to bond with the girls, but it definitely makes us focus on our bodies and compare ourselves to others. Something that should be a fun outing with the girls can turn into an uncomfortable experience.
Most people feel weird about white heels, but I love them and wear them with everything, especially when I need to mix up an all-black outfit.
I was never into makeup when I was younger, and I still love not piling on the makeup every day, but as I’ve gotten older I’ve actually found makeup to be fun.
Keep in mind that it is very important to stay moving and to get exercise – positive feelings about our appearance develop once we start taking control of our health.
My go-to shoes for everyday would probably have to be either my white Converse that I’ve had since high school or my black Alexander McQueen flats with the skull on the top. It depends on my day.
It’s easy to be critical of ourselves and other women around us. We stand in front of the mirror and only focus on the things we hate about our body and our appearance. But I encourage you to change that attitude the next time you are in front of the mirror.
My go-to shoes for red-carpet events are usually always black, but I mix between my pointed stilettos and platform heels.