Lara Spencer Quotes.
Tennis is my favorite way to unwind, and it’s a great family activity.
“Antiques Roadshow” is my favorite show. Every Monday night I have one hour of appointment television. I get the popcorn out and tell my husband, “don’t bother me.”
If I don’t eat something after I work out, I get shaky and cranky – not a good combination when you’re a television host.
I absolutely love American folk art, can’t get enough of it.
Finding a new couch is a daunting process. New couches are not as soft or deep as you want. I prefer a long, single bench because then it becomes a day bed. These are things that you can buy at a flea market and make exactly what you want.
I love sports. I love being active. I love challenging myself. I was a jock growing up from the time I could walk.
I try to be athletic.
I just want to say to anybody out there who suffers with chronic pain, I feel you. It takes over your life. It affects you emotionally, mentally, physically.
I love charity thrift stores. Amazing one-of-a-kind pieces at terrific prices, and all the money you spend goes to a good cause.
After college, I went into the NBC Page Program. It’s one of those great programs that allows kids to get their feet wet in every area of the business.
I was a diver. Looking back, I realize that putting yourself out there, literally, on the edge of the platform is very similar to doing live TV. It’s taking the plunge and knowing, with lots of practice, it’ll work out fine.
My first taste of the business was the glamorous job of pulling camera cables so they wouldn’t get tangled while the football games were filmed.
I eat what I want, in moderation. I gravitate toward fresh veggies and clean foods, thankfully, but I am also a sucker for a cupcake every once in a while.
Flea markets are fun because they are the ultimate treasure hunt. Be open to the fact that you never know what you’ll find. The most beautiful, quirky, funny, scary pieces may not have an intrinsic value.
I think the reason I love “Antiques Roadshow” is that it is sort of like the lottery. There’s the chance a regular Joe could walk in with anything and come out close to a millionaire. There’s the thrill of the find.