So Much Time Quotes by Nathan Chen, Samira Wiley, Beverly Sills, Clint Smith, Spike Jonze, Kate Moss and many others.
A lot of the things I do outside the rink are just to relax and recover. We spend so much time at the rink, so it’s nice to decompress a little.
I’d never played a character as long as I played Poussey. Spending time with her, so much time embodying that character, it was so – and still is and always will be – so special to me and a part of who I am.
I never breathe through the nose, not when I’m singing. In the opera, you don’t have so much time. That’s fine at the beginning of an opera or after somebody else has been doing an aria, and you want to get a good fresh start.
We spend so much time listening to the things people are saying that we rarely pay attention to the things they don’t.
I feel like you only have so much time to make stuff. I’m definitely aware of that. I’m also excited about it.
I’ve met lots of interesting people, but Lucian Freud is the one who sticks out because I spent so much time with him. He taught me discipline, which I hadn’t been taught properly before. If I was, like, two seconds, late, he would kick off. Once, I was three minutes late, and he went absolutely berserk.
I really need so much time to really make headway on a novel that requires me to disappear from the world in a way.
I’m really proud of myself because I’ve pared my beauty regimen down to a cream blush and berry-tinted lip balm, which has saved me so much time.
I think that everyone at any age should ask themselves, ‘where do I want to be today, where do I want to be tomorrow, and where do I want to be in a hundred years?’ We all have clear answers to those questions. We only have so much time. It’s a real shame if we don’t spend our lives trying to do that.
One of the downsides of the job is that I am travelling so much, and I don’t have so much time to go out and socialise as people who have a more traditional job might do, so it’s hard.
A friend of mine who is in the publishing business knew I was writing a book, and he said, ‘Have you said anything yet about the good guy? Because I know you spend so much time with the bad guys.’ Because they’re fun. So then you have to make the good guy fun, in order to compete. That’s the challenge.
Because we have so much eye candy and mind candy, spending so much time trying to pay the rent, all of this conspires to keep us from thinking too hard or taking action from that. Our time is stolen. So much of our daily life is stolen.
Biking takes so much time. You need three hours to get in a good ride. In one hour, you can get in a good run.
I had friends – and I had situations – where you spend so much time hanging out with your girlfriend that you lose touch with other people. You only really have this one person – and when that person starts to let go, you almost feel like you need to clamp on even harder, you know?
My life at home gives me absolute joy. Having so much time there with the family has just been incredible. My life has changed and I work less, but I was never really one to work too much.
I spent so much time fighting that I didn’t take the time to reflect on what I was actually going through.
That’s why I ended up leaving school – because it required so much time, and it was such an excellent idea. I figured I would regret not going full force with this idea. It seemed we could make something of it.