Later this week, in an interview with an American fashion magazine, the exquisite & elegant Russian tennis pro, Maria Sharapova shared her opinion on several must-to-have items while travelling. Making a “Slip silk sleep mask” a top priority, Maria Sharapova, about whom the Hall-of-famer John McEnroe said, “she's one of the best competitors in the history of the sport,” said in her interview later this week, “My friend gifted this to me a few years ago, and I had never used eye masks before on my face, because I usually don’t like things on my face.
I’m usually a really good sleeper on the plane, but I like to be comfortable. I like a blanket; I like the whole thing, and I don’t like light. I tried this mask, and for some reason, I’ve just been the best sleeper on the plane ever since, especially on those night flights.
So that’s definitely one of my tools I use when I’m sleeping on a plane. It’s just a really big help. ” Prioritizing “The Infinite Game” Podcast by Simon Sinek as a break-neck inspirer, Sharapova added, “I’m always inspired on the plane, and Simon has been on many different podcasts—I just listened to one the other day.
There’s something about his perspective that I think has obviously resonated for millions of people, because I think his TED Talk is, like, in the top three most-watched in their history. There’s a way that he speaks about leadership and purpose that’s very natural and really resonates with my own experience and in a way that I can use it in my own life.
” Adding the glittering tennis marvel still loves baby food, Sharapova was quoted saying on Friday’s (February 21st) interview, “Believe it or not, I love Ella’s baby food, actually in peach, which I eat a lot of during training and sometimes during matches.
They taste really good, and they’re pureed, so they’re just easy to consume. When it comes to guilty pleasures—and I have a lot of them—I’m a little biased towards my candy company, Sugarpova. I do a lot of research.
I go online. I find the local chocolate shop or the local fudge place. If I’m at the airport, and I find it at the store—like, we’re in Hudson News at the airport—I actually get two bags, and I ask the store managers or the clerks who are selling the candy.
I’m like, ‘Have you heard of this company? How’s it doing?’ I ask all these questions. And then I say, ‘Would you like to try it? Because I’m the owner.’ So I usually buy two bags, and I give them one.
And I take one for me because I’m like, ‘Okay, well, one for me, one for you. ” Besides, adding that the aggressive powerful baseliner rarely travels with her make-ups on, Sharapova added, “So there are two main reasons why I love this (Dr.
Barbara Sturm face mask). one being that you usually look very strange when you are wearing a mask, and the best part about this mask is that it’s like a mask moisturizer—it doesn’t look like you’re wearing a mask.
So, you put on as many layers as you want. It might come off a bit creamy, but it’s kind of soaks into and blends into your skin, and it’s not noticeable at all. You don’t even need to wash it off after—or you can.
” Maria Sharapova, the 32-year-old tennis fab, who turned pro at the age of 16, had to spend much of her career moving around the world. Nonetheless, although the exquisite five-times grand slams owner known for distinct on-court “grunting” one of which reached a record 101 decibel during a match in Wimbledon back in the good old days for the tennis dope in 2005, might just have couple of good years still left at her locker, but 2020 would likely to witness the scintillating Sharapova off the court most of the time given the extent of shoulder injury she has been suffering from which had even let her down at the first round of ‘20 AO and led to the miss of St.
Petersburg WTA tournament. Although the tennis gem is currently residing in LA, she rarely stops moving around and had spent past six months before Australia taking a break with her boyfriend Gilkes in a vacation trip to Rwanda in November and engaging in to training sessions in Italy on September.
Aside from that, the tantalizing tennis spesh usually travels solo and as a consequential narrative of being a fan postmodern works of architect Frank Gehry, the drop-dead-gorgeous former world no. 1 still spends months following Gehry’s exhibitions around the world.