Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Caroline Calloway Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I spend a lot of time unpacking the pain surrounding my addiction – both my own and the pain I caused other people.
My life isn’t going to stop because my father’s dead and my trolls won’t stop and people won’t stop writing about me.
I think a lot of people feel shame when they revisit their years of addiction.
If I’m not ready to open something up to the scrutiny of the internet, I don’t write about it.
I am more respectful of the parasocial relationship of myself and my fans than anything Damien Hirst does between himself and his collectors.
A lot of people think I hang around Cambridge as this Hogwarts-obsessed Anglophile looking for anyone with a British accent.
If you build a life around an identity that springs from your own imagination, is it ever inauthentic?
I know people think that having a regular publisher is more prestigious, there is even this idea that self-publishing is a result of being snubbed. But self-publishing really appeals to me.
People care about such bizarre and specific things about me.
I wrote the captions that built my brand.
What was so comforting was that the more I started being honest on my blog, the more people responded.
I wanted to create art that fit the Pinterest interior aesthetic, because that is so of the internet age and my platform, my celebrity.
With everything that’s happened since I was exposed as a scammer, I can’t lie, it’s been good for business. Now I can sell my story for way more than my original book deal ever was.
I’m always grateful when people share stuff on social media that I’ve never seen before, because it gives me a bit more strength to hold more space for the unsavory parts of my life that cause me shame.
It’s not that I don’t experience absolute sadness, which is very unentertaining, but I think – when I’m being really honest about myself – I think there’s, like, a really performative streak in my personality.
The idea that my life would be something I shared with the public wasn’t just something that I assumed – it was something that I actively wanted. I still want it.
Mental illness and depression are the reason why I no longer have a father.
I think it would be hard to find an American who, during their first week at Cambridge didn’t genuinely feel like it was fairy tale.
You know, when I was little, I actually did want to be an actor. But I only wanted to play myself. So Instagram is sort of perfect for me.