At 43, Ryan Seacrest knows that he has only so much time and can only do so much because he is only one man. All of his life experiences have informed who he is and have led him to the path he is on today. He works hard to make the most of his life because his time and energy is so limited.
According to the New York Times, Seacrest is still getting used to living and working in New York, after having moved there from Los Angeles last year to host “Live with Kelly Ripa”. He also produces “Keeping Up with the Kashardians”, and “American Idol”. Most mornings Ryan Seacrest gets up at 6am and starts his day with a cup of Matcha, for the health benefits, and usually follows it with a cup of coffee. Shooting for “Live with Kelly Ripa “starts early which is why it’s important that he has simple routine that makes sure he starts his day right. Working out and staying in shape is important to him as well, but with a busy schedule and lots of traveling it can be hard to fit that in. That’s why Ryan Seacrest has an trainer that he knows can travel with him if he needs it.
He consumes news and other media on his commute to work, but in order, to keep from being stressed out he doesn’t take calls or check e-mails until after noon. He has a great deal of responsibility as a producer on two other shows and as head of the Seacrest foundation, so he gets a great deal of calls and e-mails. In his early days he would try to take care of all of these concerns as soon as they came up, but he has since learned that most of them can wait until he can give them his full attention. In fact, as per GQ, Seacrest will often lock his phone when his traveling or otherwise occupied. He’s not concerned about being connected all the time, and knows that he’s important enough that the rest of the world can wait for him.