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Each night before I go to bed, I take out a small card and write a list of the things I need to do the next day in order of their priority.
Joseph B. Wirthlin
I've stopped acting, but I don't think I've finished using my voice. I could, and probably will, record the whole of Shakespeare's sonnets. They live at the side of my bed and are my constant companions.
Like all rice, black rice is great at absorbing flavours, but it's just as happy to act as a satiny bed for a poached egg, say, if you want to keep things simple.
I want my weekends off and I want to put my kids to bed. Those are good reasons to want to be in 'Batman 2'.
I can take care of a house, and some people I meet, I think, 'You don't even know how to make a bed.'
By crying on my bed, drinking quite a lot and feeling tempted by drugs. Well, just not reading it to be perfectly honest with you. I know it's a bit of a copout.
When you pick up a novel from the bed side table, you put down your own life at the same time and you become another person for the duration.
I'm more of a realist when it comes to life, and I'd much rather my mother be in a spiritual place in Heaven than in a bed, sick, fighting for her life.
I'm a shockingly bad sleeper. In bed very late. Awake at the crack of dawn.
Kerastase and Bed Head have really good products.
I love the big, like, basketball sweats... and I only wear vintage T-shirts to bed, because I like the super-thin ones.
I wear Rick Owens T-shirts to bed. They are like my thermals, since I sleep with the room at near freezing temperatures, like a meat locker.
When I go to bed at night, I wear a sleeping bag. And for a long time, I wore mittens so that I couldn't open the sleeping bag.
Many aspects of the writing life have changed since I published my first book, in the 1960s. It is more corporate, more driven by profits and marketing, and generally less congenial - but my day is the same: get out of bed, procrastinate, sit down at my desk, try to write something.
Sometimes I eat at, like, 9:30 at night and then go to bed at 10:30 and wake up at 4:00.
Just lying in my big bed with Frette sheets. Oh my god, there's nothing better.
When I've gone back to work, it's always with that sense of inevitability. That may be a complete delusion, but it's the one that I need to get out of bed and go about my business. That sense that I can't avoid this thing. I better just get on with it.
When you really deep down look at it, we go to bed every night, get up every morning, stay here for 70 or 80 years, and then we die.
I'm always in bed by 11 or 12 and people laugh all the time - they want me to hang out until two in the morning, but n-n-no, I need my nine hours.
I'm a bed monster.
I want to do the basic things, like putting my daughter to bed. It's the sweetest thing.
When I was young, I would make my parents breakfast in bed on Saturday mornings.
We've never played at this place before. This place is big, and I'm kinda nervous, so we're going to make it feel small by pretending we're in a... bedroom. We'll hang off the edge of the bed, take off our shoes and get naked!
Buy an atlas and keep it by the bed - remember you can go anywhere.
It just feels like Erwin and me... even at night I don't feel I have to look pretty in bed.
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John F. Kennedy
Leonardo da Vinci
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