Beat stress

Busy singer and ac­tress Kristin Chenoweth, 49, shares the well­ness strate­gies that keep her slim, ra­di­ant and en­er­gized no mat­ter how hec­tic life gets

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Kristin Chenoweth shares her ge­nius se­crets

Kristin Chenoweth isn’t one to apol­o­gize for her am­bi­tion. “I want to con­tinue to grow and get bet­ter, bet­ter and bet­ter as an artist,” muses the star of why she takes on so many projects. This fall has her on a 10-con­cert tour, film­ing TV ap­pear­ances and pro­mot­ing her new an­i­mated film, My Lit­tle Pony.

Still, as much as Kristin loves per­form­ing, the go-gogo sched­ule can take a toll. “It’s been an amaz­ing year, but I’m tired,” she says with a laugh. “We all should be tak­ing a lit­tle bit more va­ca­tions, but some­times we can’t.” In­stead, Kristin makes a point to carve out mini breaks in be­tween to-do’s. “Hav­ing even 10 or 15 min­utes alone to breathe, pray or med­i­tate helps me a lot,” says Kristin. “Just spend­ing time for my­self for a sec­ond to get cen­tered.” And to keep up her sig­na­ture perk­i­ness and pos­i­tive out­look as she nav­i­gates the busy­ness, Kristin re­lies on a few savvy strate­gies.

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