Hailee Steinfeld opens up about leaving her 'comfort zone' and doing something 'different and fulfilling'
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Hailee Steinfeld has recently talked about her life learnings and the importance of taking risks to maintain one's growth. The ‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse' actress who was shooting for People mag cover in the town, candidly admitted, “My main goal is to be comfortable, always" before adding, “I laugh, because whenever I pack to go away for a shoot, it's just suitcases filled with oversized sweats and sweatpants, and that's it.”
Earning stardom at the age of 14, the 'True Grit' star also said that it doesn’t apply to other aspects of life, “I want to feel like I’m constantly being challenged and taken out of my comfort zone. I think it's easy to feel like, ‘Okay, you've nailed something. I can totally do that again. I can do it five more times!’ But I want to do something that feels new and different and fulfilling in a way that I haven't quite felt before.” Steinfeld is one celebrity who didn’t lose her path and ‘played by the rules,’ “I feel so grateful for everything that has happened in my life,” she said before adding “I'm doing what I love, and I never thought that I would be doing it to this extent.”
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'Ultimately want someone who supports me'
On being asked about her relationship plans, the 26-year-old said, “I ultimately want someone who supports me and who I can support and cheer on and be their biggest fan,” said Steinfeld. “I've been lucky enough to spend so much time with my family recently, and I have so many shining examples of what it should feel like to be with someone that makes you a better you and happy. I'm not really looking, so I don't have a list of things. But I think the right person comes along when they do, and I imagine that's the greatest thing ever," she added.
'I just feel so grateful to be doing what I love'
Steinfeld concluded by saying: “It’s an exciting thought to me, that part of life happening when it does, and I can only hope that it emulates what I grew up around. Right now, I feel more confident in who I am than ever, and I just feel so grateful to be doing what I love. I love going away and disappearing into my work and staying focused and immersing myself in whatever world that I'm in at that moment and then coming out of my little cave and sharing with people what it is I've been working on."