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Ryan Seacrest Makes His Jobs Look Easy

Ryan Seacrest, 43, claims he can only do so much in this lifetime. The man who literally has it all, recently moved to New York to host Live with Kelly Ripa. Seacrest also hosts a more than one nationally-syndicated radio show and recently teamed up with Burberry’s Christopher bailey to form his own clothing line.

With all he does, he still has to prioritize. His finds way to juggle his daily routine to ensure everything gets done.

“I usually get up around 6 a.m. to get my exercise in.” Seacrest works out with his trainer, Herman Santa, for about an hour. He eats breakfast, drinks coffee, and takes a a car to his job. “I can often read the newspaper on the way.”

Seacrest has a lot of things on his plate these days. He got his start in radio as a high schooler in Atlanta. After his first gig, he dropped out of the University of Georgia and moved to the West Coast; he hasn’t looked back.

Now, Seacrest is one of the most recognizable individuals on television. His true calling came when he started hosting reality singing show American Idol on Fox in 2002. The show catapulted him to massive stardom.

Since that point, TV host Seacrest has hosted a number of shows including ABC’S Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rocking Eve, Larry King Live and Deadline Hollywood. He has signed a number of multi-year contracts, including with E Network to produce Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloe and Lamar and Khloe and Kim Take New York.

Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) says he is able to take some time off to unwind. He admits he’s a huge foodie and loves vegan most of the time. Seacrest says he learned his biggest lessons from his mentor, Dick Clark.

“Dick always told me if you can do a job and make it look easy, you have it made. That’s something I’ll never forget.”

Reference: https://www.gq.com/story/ryan-seacrest-interview-american-idol-kardashian-knocked-up