Right now, nearly all the apps on Facebook take a week to build. No more.
When I was first asked to be on 'Washington Week', I never prepared more for an appearance.
The booking agent had the audacity to take 10 percent, so we wound up with about $100 a week apiece.
And I really also wanted to have the full-body scans to learn if it was anywhere else - and it wasn't - before I told them. So I didn't tell them, until for a week, and then I told them.
I read more than I do anything else, probably. I read about three books a week.
I found out animation is incredibly boring. You draw and draw and draw, and it's only a few seconds done in a week.
Long afterward, many would remember those two days in the first week of October with vividness and anguish.
One week after getting married in my thirties - while I was working as the main anchor at the CBS affiliate in Cleveland, Ohio - I got fired.
The amount of things I want to tweet that I get talked out of? It's probably four times a week. I'm very hotheaded.
Radiation is relentless: my protocol is five days a week, 33 sessions altogether.
For 6 days a week I aim to get in between 18-23 miles.
For the first week of the Sian events I was a first aid worker in the streets of Sian.
We have a part-time nanny who does a few afternoons a week. We have a nursery.