My mom called me 'Stinky Binky' as a toddler, and I started to refer to myself as, 'I'm Binkie.'
Being a female athlete, sometimes your clothes don't fit right if you have a small waist and broad shoulders, or strong hips. And it's OK to embrace that.
One of my sayings is: look good, feel good, do good.
I pretty much eat at home all the time, so it's either eggs and sausage, scrambled together, throw some cheese on it, or some bell peppers and onions.
After the 2012 Olympics, I returned to training, but unlike in previous years, my off-season weight gain didn't melt off as soon as I got back to my routine. I was tired, and my clothes weren't fitting. I'd been diagnosed with hypothyroidism, which means my thyroid is underactive, and that slows my metabolism.
I have to have my lashes. For me, it all sets the tone: I'm getting ready to go to work.