“I live day to day. I live moment to moment, so I don’t really think about ‘What’s your five-year plan? What’s your 10-year plan?’,” contactmusic.com quoted Longoria as saying.
“I just want to work with people that I love and enjoy. And do work that is meaningful, philanthropically as well. As things go on, those are my focuses,” she said.
She also confessed how she assumed that once her popular TV show “Desperate Housewives” would end, it would allow her more free time. But that hasn’t happened as more work has found its way onto her schedule.
“I thought it would slow down and it hasn’t. I was in Europe for two months right after the show at Cannes, then I had to go to Monaco, and then I had to go to London, Paris and Spain. So I was working throughout,” said the 37-year-old.