Ryan Seacrest – NY Times

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Ryan Seacrest has been extremely busy this year and as it turns out he’s can only do so much. We all have seen him in his multiple jobs whether its On Air with Ryan or sitting next to Kelly Ripa for their show Live with Kelly and Ryan. He now lives in New York from the busy life of Los Angeles and looks like he has no intentions of slowing down. At 43, he is fit and healthy and doing making good with the adjustment to New York. His morning TV show keeps him on his toes. He juggles his day by waking up at the crack of dawn around 6 a.m. This means a fast shower and shave then he’s off to check the forecast of the day. Next, he is dressed in a hoodie, t-shirt, sweats and Uggs heading out the door. Ryan visits his normal spot downstairs to start his day off with matcha tea then a coffee.

Seacrest admits that back in his 30s and 20s, working out was essential in his life. He was working out during the noon hour and felt embarrassed to tell people. Now while he is on the live show, Ryan has a trainer in tow to help keep him balanced. His daily fitness can go from boxing or using the Peloton bike right before work. To prepare the best for his show, he looks over the current news and often takes a phone call interview. Ryan Seacrest says if you want success, then people like to hear “yes.”

His other passion is being a vegan. Ryan considers himself an insane foodie. To keep his mind tight and clear its been suggested to him that he should consider meditation. Ryan also talks about how now he simply puts his phone down. He finds this to be very comforting especially away on a trip.

Ryan Seacrest lives by keeping it easy when being a host on his many jobs. He learned that great advice when he worked with Dick Clark before he died. Ryan Seacrest is certainly a man to admire when it comes to balance, great work ethic and enjoying life.

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