In terms of fashion, I love adding a fun scarf to whatever I'm wearing - it's a great way to dress up a plain outfit!— Bridgit Mendler
The most revealing Bridgit Mendler quotes that are glad to read
Cool is overrated. Be a geek for what you Love
I just remind myself that the gifts I have, I've been given for a reason and that every day brings new opportunities to use them.
I love Beyonce. She's so fierce. I also love Lily Allen, and she was an influence on my music.
I really do like Bruno Mars. I think he's very good. And I love Maroon 5.
I definitely get stage fright.
I don't want to be one of those people that's constantly promoting myself on Twitter. I think the fun thing about Twitter is being able to share all the little random things that happen in my life.
I want to make music that stands the test of time.
I want people to be able to relate to the music, to enjoy the music, in a sense of it being fun and interesting and maybe kind of quirky. I want people to be impacted by the story.
I like to think about what the song is saying, the story of it, and conveying the mood of that to the audience. But at the same time, sharing through interacting with them and engaging them.
The best thing about waking up early is seeing the sun rise.
When things get tough, you should seek out someone like a coach or friend or family member to talk things through with.
I think it's a part of being a citizen in a country, to know what is going on and to have a say in how they want their country being run. You know, that's a part of the privilege of democracy.
I recommend doing some sort of acting class, something that can eventually get you in front of an agent or a manager, and practice is very important.
I think I learned a lot about collaboration and about joint creativity with other people. It is honestly so much fun and I don't think that I would have had the same album if I had just written it by myself.
I just want to challenge myself and play some different characters.
I think it's awesome to be able to make people laugh.
The voting station was like a block and a half from my house, so me and my parents just walked on over and cast our ballots, and it was really cool. I love the civic pride of being a part of this national activity.
I have enjoyed writing songs for so long.
.. it felt like in order to make music that I could relate to myself, I would have to be a part of the writing process.
The recording process was basically me meeting with different writers, going into their studio, starting a song and just hanging out and chatting and getting to know how they work. Everybody has a different writing process so there was a lot of getting to know people, which can be fun and stressful at the same time.
It's easy to question yourself and ask if you're doing a good job, but there are so many different factors to landing a role. I remind myself that a lot of it is completely out of my control.
I think it can be fun to write about relationships just because so many people can relate to what you are feeling.
My personal style is really different from 'Lemonade Mouth.'
Sometimes things just happen in the moment.
People need to realize bullying has just as much of an impact online because words are so cutting and difficult to deal with.
Growing up, theres a lot of pressure to be normal. But normal isnt as fun as being yourself.
I love Cher Lloyd's music. I didn't actually hear her music as I was creating my own, but it's cool that we have styles that are considered to be similar.
I really do love bluesy-jazzy music, so I love Etta James, B.
B. King and Billie Holiday. I love that they have soul in their voices - I think that's something important is having.
The cool thing about doing a voice-over into a different language is that you get to bring the character of your own culture into it.
A lot of people forget that their individuality is what makes them so special.
Growing up, there's a lot of pressure to be normal. but normal isn't as fun as being yourself. And it's those things about you that really draw people to you.
The biggest klutz would be myself, so if I could offer help to myself I would.
I’m the most off my game most often.
You do hear from people that the things that you have done or projects you have worked on have made an impact on people's lives. I think it is important to take that seriously and to recognise that you are being followed and watched by some degree in what you do and you should use that. It's a real blessing to be able to make an impact on people's lives and to use that for the bettering of them.
There's a reason why bullying takes such a strong form online.
People don't have to push back as much as they would in real life.
I'm really passionate about music.
Songwriting is actually a really great outlet.
I kind of recommend it. You get to sum up whatever is going on in your life in a song, then perform it really passionately.
Professionally, the first time I sang was on 'Alice Upside Down.
' It was the first movie that I did, and I had this little mini singing part.
Practicing going over scenes and in front of the camera just to see how that feels, and then ultimately just finding a way to expose yourself to people. That’s what I did.
I love Adele. Natasha Bedingfield is cool, those sort of people.
I really like 'This Side of Paradise' by F.
Scott Fitzgerald. I think it's a cool description of a character.
I've learned from personal experience that insecurity and doubting yourself can really hurt you.
Being bullied is something I experienced in school, and it is not fun.
I just want to get into the action. And voice-over work is all action.