This is Doing Well, a series where we'll get a peek into the wellness routines of our favorite celebrities, athletes, social media personalities, entrepreneurs, and more. Think of it as a Proust Questionnaire—wellness style. Below, see what they have to say about their favorite workouts, self-care rituals, wellness goals, affirmations or mottos, and more. Maybe you'll find some inspiration for your own routine.
Emmy Award–winning TV host, producer, and actress Zuri Hall has quite a busy schedule. She's a host on Access Hollywood, All Access, and American Ninja Warrior. And in addition to those gigs, she also hosts her own podcast on Charlamagne tha God's and iHeartMedia's The Black Effect Podcast Network, Hot Happy Mess. The podcast is for "mindfully ambitious" millennial women, with real tips and advice on topics like self-care, relationships, mental wellness, career, social media, and more. Through this platform, Hall hopes to empower women to avoid "best life burnout" with candid conversations, expert discussions, and real-life stories from everyday women.
So with all she has going on, how does Hall fit wellness into her life? She recently filled out our Doing Well questionnaire to share how she does just that. Check out her wellness routine below.
The first thing I do when I wake up is: Hit the snooze button three times!
My go-to meal before work is: Honestly, not much. I'm a big lunch and dinner person. But most mornings, I'll try to down a High Protein Boost and a breakfast bar and maybe some scrambled eggs if I have the time to whip them up (which is rare).
My favorite thing about myself is: My heart. My desire to inspire others to see and reach their full potential. I love seeing people accomplish all that they're capable of (that they also want to do!).
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