Americans just love variety; there’s so much choice, it’s overwhelming.” “I had no idea. '” “I’ve had dark times – this voice in my head that makes me pretty hard on myself. I’ve been learning that I have to try and be a bit kinder and take care of myself a bit better.” “I’m my own worst critic.I think that’s really hard, but it also spurs me on. I’m always striving toward the next thing.” Now I feel a lot more settled in who I am and what I think and how I want to do things.Remember that little talk we had about not believing everything written in the media?! I don’t feel comfortable unless I have worked really hard.” “To be honest, I felt more myself with that haircut.
that, instead indulging in typical breakup pick-me-ups following her split from Oxford rugby star Matt Janney, she took a weeklong vow of silence.
“Even before my relationship ended, I went on a silent retreat, because I really wanted to figure out how to be at home with myself.” The star said she spent a week at a private facility in Canada’s Rocky Mountains, where residents are required to remain silent for one week.
And Emma Watson appeared forlorn as she was spotted leaving a photo studio after a long day at work in London on Thursday night.
The Harry Potter star, 27, was seen for the first time since reports emerged of her break-up at the end of November.
Emma Watson, center, with her One Young World Scholars.