Ryan Seacrest is a busy man, to say the least. In addition to recently moving from Los Angeles to New York, to host “Live: with Kelly Ripa”, the 43-year-old is also the host of “On Air with Ryan Seacrest”, a nationally-syndicated radio show Seacrest also produces “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” and “American Idol”.
Ryan Seacrest also runs his own skin care “Polished”, and clothing line “Distinction”. Ryan is the Founder and Chairman of the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, which is dedicated to inspiring youth through entertainment and education initiatives.
With so much on his plate, here is how Ryan Seacrest goes about his day and his work:
According to the NY Times, Ryan Seacrest wakes up at 6:00 am, showers, shaves, and puts on face moisturizer, his outfit is a t-shirt, sweats, zip-up hoodie and Uggs. After, he has a matcha tea, which he says sets the tone for his body, followed by coffee.
Working out is vital to maintaining the balance of his intensive schedule and work life. His current exercise routine includes boxing and using a Peloton bike. Ryan Seacrest also loves to run, preferably in a park.
After his workout, Ryan Seacrest checks the news and watches a little television before setting off on his commute from the Upper East Side, while reading along the way.
Ryan keeps requests and phone interview for the afternoon, after learning self-discipline and that he doesn’t need to respond to everything that comes his way immediately.
According to Ryan, being the most successful version of yourself means saying “yes” and “you got it”. It’s his preferred response.
While being a big foodie, Ryan is mostly vegan. According to him, he is only working to eat well and drink wine. Fridays and Saturdays are for just that- hours-long family-style meals, with a great bottle of wine.
Ryan Seacrest admits to getting distracted easily, having attention deficit disorder. To combat this, he began putting his phone down, locking it away even.
Earlier in his career, Ryan worked for Dick Clark, who imparted to Seacrest something that has since stuck with him: “When you’re a broadcaster and host, if every person who watches it thinks you make the job look easy and that it’s not that big of a deal to do it, then you’re doing it well.”