Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper.— Adelle Davis
Astounding Breakfast Being Important quotations
One of the most important decisions you'll ever face in life is choosing whether to walk away or try harder.
What I don't like is breakfast in the morning. I have a double-espresso cappuccino, but no food.
Expect problems and eat them for breakfast.
Who you become is infinitely more important than what you do, or what you have.
Bagel in the morning is the ultimate breakfast for me; they're just good.
I still eat pizzas, I still like pies, I still have spaghetti hoops for breakfast... but it's in moderation now.
Breakfast is always the best time for something juicy, sweet and fresh - it just feels like the right way to open the day. There's no right way, though, when it comes to choosing the fruit.
The two most important days in your life are the day you are born... and the day you find out why.
I have no intention of telling people what I have for breakfast.
I'm very good about eating breakfast, lunch and dinner.
I'll never get used to anything. Anybody that does they might as well be dead.
Loneliness does not come from having no people around you, but from being unable to communicate the things that seen important to you.
I think breakfast is really important to get a great start to the day, so I can have enough energy to train and everything.
I still think the best classic meal in New York is a coffee-shop breakfast - you sort of can't skip it.
Of course people couldn't help but think I must be a bit of a dyke myself.
And of course I am. Everyone is: a bit. So what? That never discouraged a man yet, in fact it seems to goad them on.
In the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.
Maybe the older you grow and the less easy it is to put thought into action, maybe that’s why it gets all locked up in your head and becomes a burden.
No one cares what you ate for breakfast.
Unless it's something really spectacular, don't tweet me your breakfast, I don't care.
I used to be a pre-industrial writer: thousands of words in a spurt and then a few days off. But as I get older, I've switched to a mode best described as 'slow and steady wins the race.' Basically, I write during the same four hours every day, after breakfast and the all-important coffee, generally in the same room and wearing the same pajamas.
You will have bad times, but they will always wake you up to the stuff you weren't paying attention to.
I like being in real environments. I love being in the place that it's about - these sets and locations are characters in the movies. Can you imagine Breakfast at Tiffany's shot somewhere else? It's classic. Characters are part of storytelling; they're just as important as everything else.
My wife and I are parents to a 4 year old and a 2 year old.
It's really important for me to always be there for bath time and breakfast time and on the weekends.
With the notebook resting ominuslously on Janie's bed, Janie procrastinates.
Does her homework first. And pours herself a bowl of ceral. Breakfast - one of the five most important meals of the day. Not to be skipped.