“I think that the idea of finding another person to share your life with is the most fascinating, beautiful quest you could ever be on in life. And yes, living your dreams is so important too, and a lot of times I’ve put that before everything else. But then you get to a place where the whole time you’re living these dreams, you look beside you to say to someone, “Hey, isn’t this so much fun?” And if there’s no one there to say it to, what’s the point?”
The Venn diagram of Begin Again (x)
"I have nothing to wear" = “I can’t find the 5 shirts I wear under the piles of clothes I never wear but refuse to get rid of."
"My big dream is to look out into a crowd of thousands of people and have them singing the words to my songs. That to me would just be everything I’ve ever hoped for”
It seems that in Hollywood, it’s bad to be bad, but maybe worse to be good. Unlike other former teen stars like Miley Cyrus, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan, and let’s face it, a large portion of the young Hollywood community, Swift has proven to be a top role model for girls. She has never shot a sex tape or got down and dirty for a movie role or magazine shoot, she has never been busted for drunken driving or doing drugs, nor do we see her stumbling out of nightclubs in the wee hours of the morning and/or wearing see-through tops on a red carpet. Instead, Swift is one of the biggest moneymakers in the music industry who meticulously runs her own empire, wears country boots and ’60s style dresses, and whose biggest crime may be holding hands with famous boyfriends and pouring out her broken heart in a song (songs she writes herself, which isn’t always the norm in the music industry, either).