Per­fec­tion in ev­ery­thing not a re­al­is­tic goal: Heigl

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Ac­tor Katherine Heigl (above) feels her life isn’t “per­fect”, but says she used to con­stantly “strive for per­fec­tion” when she was younger.

Heigl, who has two daughters Naleigh and Adalaide, and a son Joshua with hus­band, singer Josh Kel­ley, says find­ing per­fec­tion is not a re­al­is­tic goal for her now, re­ports fe­male­first.co.uk.

“Life isn’t per­fect — par­ent­hood is far from per­fect — but we all try to em­u­late that. When I was younger, I strived for per­fec­tion a lot, but now that’s just not fea­si­ble,” Heigl told Closer mag­a­zine.

“Women can beat them­selves up so much over this, but there has to come a point where you say, ‘I can only do so much at one time.’ When I’m work­ing, it’s time away from the fam­ily, and when I’m with my fam­ily that’s a choice to keep me away from my job,” she added.

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