Ryan Seacrest recently moved to New York from Los Angeles to host the “Live” morning show alongside Kelly Ripa. He also organizes a nationally syndicated radio show, produces shows like Keeping up with the Kardashians, and the American Idol. He also manages his skin care and clothing line.
He wakes up at 6 o’clock and gets ready by taking a shower, shave, and apply moisturiser on the face. Since it is the first time to work in New York, he has to check the weather forecast for the day. Ryan Seacrest’s dressing is very simple, involving just a pair of sweatpants, a zip-up hoodie, T-shirt, and Uggs. After getting ready, he takes matcha tea and coffee for its health benefits.
Men’s Journal mentioned that Ryan indicates in his early twenties, he felt guilty to work during work hours. He could even go for workouts at noon. However, he is now able to balance the tight schedule and training. In fact, he regularly involves a trainer to help him keep the routine. He indicates that running in the park is more fun than using the treadmill.
Part of the morning routine involves consuming overnight news and watching TV. The commute from home to the office takes approximately seven minutes. He prefers to commute because it gives him little time to read.
Learning to Triage
Initially, Ryan had a hectic and disorganised routine. He used to think that he could handle everything at the same time. However, through self-training, he has learned to take each task at a time. This has helped to put things in order.
Ryan Seacrest describes himself as a massive foodie and mostly vegan. He admits that he is only working to eat and drink wine, otherwise life will not be enjoyable. However, the work schedule is very tight on weekdays, and he can only manage to enjoy a good meal and wine during the weekends.
Association with The Phone
Although he (@ryanseacrest) has been advised to try meditation, it has been challenging due to attention deficit disorder. Recently, his mobile phone has become the most significant distraction. Putting the phone away, especially during trips, enables him to concentrate on other matters.