"Sometimes my cheeks are too red and I get embarrassed. Sometimes I don’t like my nose, or my hair, or my body, or anything for that matter. I used to be so insecure about every piece of myself and as I’ve grown up and gotten to experience the fact that I’m not the only girl in the world who feels that way, I’ve learned that loving yourself is worth your time. There are days that its hard and there are days you may feel awful because you will never look like that person, think like that person, be like that person, but always keep in mind that person will never be you.”
"My goal has always been not to look forward to the next thing, but to relish and celebrate the successes I have at the moment. Whether it’s landing a part in a student film or having a good day in acting class, I never discredit anything.”
Dianna Agron attends the Extremely Piaget Launch Event in Beverly Hills, California (October 9, 2014)
"The emotional themes [of 1989] are not about devastation or pining or, you know, ‘I can’t live without you’. Because I’ve learnt, after 18 months of being single, that I can live without anyone. And, of course, there are going to be songs about love. But it’s not to the level of complete and utter chaotic devastation that you saw on Red. I don’t think I could make that album twice. I don’t think I would ever want to."
Taylor Swift about 1989 for Vogue UK (November 2014)
"When you’re in the position I’m in, you have two options: you can either shut yourself off from everybody, from the world, and not live a full life. Or you welcome everybody into your life and occasionally somebody will try to take advantage. And I’d much rather be that person who lets people in.”