There's a lot of reasons I had to move on. Family's definitely a big part of it. And the longevity of my career - I played for 15 years, and I was just tired of the whole international scene. It's quite busy. Very stressful.
New York can be a tad stressful.
At 12 I dropped out of school but I had lost interest in it at a much earlier age. For me, school was very very stressful.
Novels are so much unrulier and more stressful to write. A short story can last two pages and then it's over, and that's kind of a relief. I really like balancing the two.
Live television is always stressful and the more you do it, the more you realise what can go wrong.
I have such a stressful job that the only way I can get it out of my mind is by running hard.
I carried around a lot of weight and anxiety - expectations of being a top draft pick and fulfilling those. It was really burdensome and not fun. Stressful. I had to go through some things before I finally turned that around and got back to playing for the right reasons.
I do explore the city if I have the time for it, but normally, I would rather stay relaxed at home. London can be a stressful place because it's crowded and it's a big city.
Breast-feeding was so stressful for me. I kept on clenching and pushing my tongue against the bottom teeth, so they started to move toward an underbite.
Well I guess I always look at other people who have maybe more traditional jobs and I think gosh their weeks are so much more stressful and busy than mine.