Words matter. These are the best Martina McBride Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I always have apples and fruit in the house. It’s easier to eat something healthy if it’s within reach. I also have yogurt, cheese and crackers, and raw almonds.
I was into all kinds of music as a teen – country music, because my dad was in a band that played country, and whatever my sister and brother were into.
In any small town, sports are really important to the high school, and I wasn’t very good at sports.
The best part is seeing my kids grow and become individuals, and the fact that they’re happy and well-adjusted.
The thing about my fridge is, it’s a family fridge, so there’s a little of something everybody likes in there.
I love to get books, because I love to read.
It’s hard being away from home. But other than that, performing is the highlight of my day.
I feel like it’s important to use this gift God gave me, my life and my career to do something to make the world a better place. It’s an easy thing for me to do.
It’s not the size of the house. It’s how much love is inside.
The way you look is so dependent on the way you take care of yourself.
At the beginning of every week, I like to sit down and figure out what I’m going to make. I probably try at least two new recipes a week. But I have my standbys – jambalaya, meatloaf and mashed potatoes.
I’m not fond of crunches or lunges, but I do them anyway because I do see results. For me it’s about being fit and staying healthy more than anything else.
It’s always nice to be thought of.
I have girls who are concerned about how they look compared to models or what have you. It’s my responsibility to teach them that beauty is more than superficial.
Faith that it’s not always in your hands or things don’t always go the way you planned, but you have to have faith that there is a plan for you, and you must follow your heart and believe in yourself no matter what.
Some days I do well and I eat really healthfully. But I don’t think we should deprive ourselves of anything, so some days I indulge and give in to cravings.
I find that putting my make-up on and playing with different looks is really relaxing for me before the show. It kind of helps me make that transition from ‘mommy’ to ‘performer,’ or star or whatever you want to call it!
I love producing! It’s so much fun to start with a blank canvas and create the picture you want to create and see it all come together.
I have been fighting writing songs for a long time. People keep telling me I should write, and other writers have offered to write with me, and to be honest, it’s not something I’ve ever really had a passion for – plus I wasn’t sure I had the talent to do it!
I think we should all be tolerant of each other and embrace each others’ strengths and differences and uniqueness and beauty.
I can’t be the big star in the family. We have a family, and we are all equal.
That’s the hardest thing about being a mom. You want to be cool, and you want them to like you all the time, but you can’t always have that. You’re gonna have times where you have to say no, and you won’t be the most popular person in the house.
You either have fans who stick with you, or they don’t. It comes down to making music that people connect with and great fans.
I love to sing with great singers.
I was always thin. I guess I have good genes, so I never worried too much about my weight.
It means so much being a part of country music and the Opry.
I am happy that women can relate to my songs, and hopefully men can too.
I like the creativity of planning a party, or cooking and taking care of people, creating a memorable meal or event.
I definitely feel a difference about my place in the industry. I feel like I have some longevity now.
I love country music. I don’t ever feel restricted by the genre.
A big part of who I am is just the way I was raised. Nobody is better than anyone else, and if you really work hard, you might get lucky and get what you want.
I find that putting my makeup on and playing with different looks is really relaxing for me before the show.
I just love where I am right now in my career. I love country music. I don’t ever feel restricted by the genre. I’ve been able to have a solid career that we’ve built one step at a time and a family. I know that I’m in a good place.
Not only do I know how to milk a cow, but I know how to herd a bunch of cows, too, which is a life skill that I think may come in handy someday.
My older brother was into Creedence Clearwater Revival and ZZ Top, and my sister was into pop radio. So somewhere along the line, I got into Ozzy Osbourne, REO Speedwagon, Heart, Pat Benetar, Journey.
I always thought it would have been fun to spend an evening with Patsy Cline – just because I think she was really fun and interesting. I think you’d have a really good time with her.
I have a really amazing fan club, it’s contemporary but it’s a little bit old school. There’s a lot of connection. I have a fan club president who really responds to people.
Honestly, I just have to do what’s right for me, and what I would tell people is what I believe, which is that tolerance is very important.
I don’t really have any kind of rigorous or definite routine before I go onstage. I like to eat at least an hour or two before I go on. If I can’t do that, I just wait until after. I try and drink lots of water before I go onstage.
I do yoga, lunges, crunches, things like that for 40 minutes twice a week. For cardio I usually do the elliptical, treadmill or walking.