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LAST CREDIT CARD STATEMENT: A fabulous birthday dinner for my husband [chef Geoff Tracy] at Quality Meats in New York City and cashmere sweaters from J.Crew.

LIST OF REGRETS: My husband always tells me life is too short to have regrets.

SPOTIFY PLAYLIST: Taylor Swift, Adele, Chiddy Bang, Ne-Yo, and Swedish House Mafia, which pumps me up for running.

TWITTER FEED: @bobschieffer; @charlierose; @gayleking; @60minutes; @katyperry. (Follow O'Donnell @norahodonnell.)

DVR: All three network morning shows . . . and Game of Thrones. Daenerys Targaryen is such a strong female character.

MIND: Why are there so few female leaders in government and business? There's no longer an education gap, so is it, as some suggest, an ambition gap?

KITCHEN COUNTER: A coffee machine, bananas, and a fabulous knife set.

MEDICINE CABINET SHELVES: Perfumes, eye cream, face cream . . .oh, and Toy Story Band-Aids.

IPHONE: The Uber app— it makes getting around the city so much easier.

BAR TAB: My guilty pleasures are sauvignon blanc and pinot noir.

KINDLE: Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg. She raises a very provocative question about whether the women's revolution has stalled.

INSTAGRAM: Anderson Cooper and Carolina Herrera.

VACATION ITINERARY: The Abaco Club, the Bahamas; and Sea Island, Georgia.

NIGHTSTAND: A picture of my three children, my Kindle, and a 32-ounce bottle of water. I think it's important to hydrate at all hours. I chug half the bottle when I wake up at 4 a.m.!

TV IN THE MORNING: CBS This Morning, of course! On Sunday, it's Face the Nation.

GROCERY LIST: Gallons upon gallons of milk for my kids, apples, cereal, Greek yogurt, chicken breasts, carrots, onions, celery, and bacon.

QUOTES-TO-LIVE-BY LIST: "Whatever you can do, or dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Begin it now." —Goethe

COFFEE TABLE: Picasso Black and White, which I picked up at the Guggenheim.

WORKOUT PLAN: P90X and runs in Central Park. I'd love to do a half marathon soon.

FEET: My Asics Gels. I wear them with a pedometer on long runs.

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