Ryan Seacrest has accomplished a lot in his 43 years on this earth. Hosting “American Idol” put him on the map but he’s taken on a lot more in and out of show business since then. He produces the hit television shows “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” and “American Idol.” He also has a nationally-syndicated radio show “On Air With Ryan.” Outside of the entertainment industry Ryan has a skin care and fashion line, and started The Ryan Seacrest Foundation. His foundation’s purpose is to inspire youth through entertainment and multimedia experiences. Most recently, however, Seacrest moved to New York to co-host “Live” with Kelly Ripa.
In an article from The New York Times, Ryan mentioned that his fast paced lifestyle may make some people wonder how he keeps up. His daily routine is surprisingly normal considering all the endeavors on his plate. Over the years he has disciplined himself to structure his day and stick to his plan, instead of being overrun by the demands of the moment.
According to Ryan, he starts his morning early, waking up to an alarm clock at 6am and takes care of himself at the beginning of the day instead of jumping into the day’s work. Seacrest has learned the value of taking care of himself physically, and makes time for a cup of matcha tea for the benefits it gives. He also carves out time to work out, something he felt guilty about earlier in his career. Currently, that workout is usually boxing, his Peloton bike, or a jog outdoors. Besides physical exercise, as a self-proclaimed “foodie” he makes sure to make time to indulge in good food, friends and wine on the weekends.
All these steps to organization of his work and personal life only add to Seacrest’s success and image. He worked for Dick Clark early in his career and noted the vibe of ease and poise Clark put out. Seacrest makes his busy lifestyle look easy, bringing the same distinction he admired in Clark before he passed away.