Twice A Week Quotes by Tom Junod, Jack Monroe, Sara Sampaio, Dizzee Rascal, Jane Clayson, Kris Jenner and many others.
Between 1965 and 1980, my mother, Frances Junod, served cutlets of pale flesh – mostly veal and chicken, though sometimes pork – to my father, my brother and sister, and me at least twice a week.
I eventually turned the fridge and freezer off – they were empty anyway – and the boiler, desperate to save money, shocking myself awake in the morning with the shortest, coldest showers, and boiling a kettle of water twice a week to bath my young son.
I try to work out twice a week. I don’t restrict myself from any food in my diet; I think it’s all about balance. I’m also very lucky with my genetics and metabolism.
I just go to the gym once every few weeks and go training once or twice a week. But it’s all pretty random.
I know the rigors of network news. I didn’t want to be jumping on an airplane twice a week. I didn’t want to be tied to my pager and my cellphone.
Oh, my goodness, I am obsessed with Costco! We do runs at least twice a week. I love the salmon and rotisserie chicken, the dog beds.
Chicken… I am a black man, we love our chicken, but I don’t eat it anymore. My genotype means I don’t process it as well as other things. But I eat lamb twice a week; that is a super food for me.
I got on the scale and I weighed around 203. I’m only 5’7. I was about to turn 30, and I wasn’t active anymore. So I started working with a nutritionist and a trainer. I played basketball twice a week. And soon it all just became a habit for me. I became addicted to something good for a change.
I wash my hair once or twice a week to keep the natural oils.
I guess my earliest football memories are of playing in the street and also the little pitches at school. I joined the local football team in my village when I was small, but we would play only once or twice a week. I honed my skills just by playing for fun with friends after school.
Being a young Kiwi lad, a young Polynesian boy, I was pretty close to my family. But when I moved to Sydney, I went from training twice a week, playing touch footy with my mates, to working full-time as a labourer and training professionally.
I’m trying my best to keep things exactly the same. Spotify hasn’t changed my process other than doubling up. We do twice a week now.
I do try to get to a new part of London every week, visit a museum once or twice a week if possible.
We went to church twice a week. My parents were employed in ministry; we prayed before dinner. We rollerbladed in the summer. We were allowed to watch the ‘Simpsons.’ I fought with my younger brother over Legos.
When my girlfriend’s away, I cook a big vat of meaty pasta and sauce and eat that for about a week. Then I eat out the rest of the time. When she’s home, we eat at home probably twice a week. I chop, she cooks.
I went to school in Gainesville because it was a huge punk and folk town. So I went to class twice a week, and then I went to shows and wrote. I did a lot of music writing before I actually started playing music.
I’d watch Pixar movies for, like, six hours, back-to-back. I’d watch ‘Finding Nemo’ twice a week, back-to-back-to-back, three times in a row.