"I've learned to appreciate the obsessive-compulsive aspect of my nature. It serves me well as an actor"
"I used to not like my hands, but now they make me smile and I love getting manicures"
"I'm pretty pale. In high school I was insecure and thought it'd be cool to go to a tanning bed. Now I just let it look the way it looks."
"My persistent nature. I refuse to allow my passion for artistic expression, living a full life or finding the spark in other people, to ever die."
"I've spent a fair share of money on creams and makeup to help minimize my scars. Then I met Mike Fisher. He made me feel loved and beautiful ... scars and all."
"I used to wear minidresses with jeans, but I get my legs out now."
"Other than my ears? I finally grew into them"
"I've always been someone who overly prepares for everything ... to a fault. Finally in motherhood I'm glad that I do."
"I've found that no matter what I'm feeling, confronting it head-on and accepting who I am makes everything a little less frightening."
"My insatiable thirst for finding the truth."
"I've learned that my instincts are usually pretty good and to trust them."
"I'm a naturally pretty shy person, which I'm cool with now. I used to think it was this affliction I had to overcome."
"I was always and still am the tallest in the room. It was hard when I was younger, but now I love it"
"The fact that I'm a serious geek."
"I've learned to love my curves, my womanliness. I used to hide it, downplay it ... but now I revel in it."
"My hair was always too dark, too long, too kinky. Now I've been known for my hair for so long. It's a big compliment."
"That my competitive nature can actually be used to push myself to higher levels of achievement in all areas of my life."
"My ears. I think they're pretty well-proportioned, but for a long time they weren't."
"I'm a bit of an extremist. If I'm working, I work hard. If I'm on vacation, everyone better look out"
"I'm a total klutz, but now when I make a fool of myself, I've learned you gotta laugh to keep from crying."
"I used to have a problem with my skinny wrists and ankles. Then a makeup artist told me that because of how delicate they were I'd be a really big star."
"I eat like a caveman.... I keep waiting for one role to come along that scares me enough into dieting, and it just can't happen."
"Being pigeon-toed makes me focus on walking straight, which is actually useful because it usually keeps me from tripping. Usually."
"I'm embracing the fact that with each new year comes a new line on my face, and that just makes me more of who I'm evolving into."