Move to New York: Live with Kelly and Ryan
Ryan Seacrest recently moved from Los Angeles to New York. He was to start his new duties on May 1st as co-host with Kelly Ripa on the show Live with Kelly and Ryan. Seacrest is scheduled to replace Michael Strahan. Ryan Seacrest hosts the nationally syndicated radio show KIIS-FM. He is the host of American Idol and “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” Other than his work in the media Ryan Seacrest finds time to run a line of clothing and skin care items.
Ryan Seacrest says he’s up by the crack of dawn, which is usually 6AM. After a routine, shower, shave, a dab of moisturizer on his face, dressed in his sweats, zip-up hoodie, Uggs (yes, even in May) and a T-shirt, he’s ready for Matcha tea and coffee, downstairs. Seacrest spends some time in the morning exercising, running in the park or other exercises that prepare him for his busy day.
Commute,Being a “Yes” Man
He doesn’t have to travel very far to get to work, only about 7 minutes on the Upper East side. He enjoys the commute to work and takes the opportunity to read along the way. Once at work his day passes,but with slight intermissions or the infrequent requests,which he’s learned to put in a designated queue until the afternoon. Three words he’s become very familiar with are, “Got it” and “Yes.” People like to know you’ve “got it,” so that’s his favorite reply to the multiple e-mails he receives.
Phone Lock Time, Foodie
Ryan Seacrest, the tv host and producer, says he’s come to understand the importance of putting his phone down for a few minutes. He’d like to learn to meditate, but for the ADD that makes him so easily distracted. He finds just putting his phone down and locking it is a good alternative.
Ryan Seacrest has a real love of a good meal and a bottle of wine. Either one is nearly impossible during the week, but it is something he looks forward to on the weekends. A good bottle of wine is also a welcomed joy.
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