Hailey Bieber reveals she is practicing self-care and makes sure she takes some time for herself
The 22-year-old model who's married to Justin Bieber opened about her struggles with celebrity life, comparison on social media and practicing self-care.
Hailey Bieber finds herself the center of attention wherever she goes, thanks to her profession, her good looks and now the other famous surname she is sporting after marriage. The 22-year-old model who's married to Justin Bieber opened about her struggles with celebrity life, comparison on social media and practicing self-care in a recent interview with Buzzfeed where she revealed how she learned that she has limits and she “can’t do everything.”
"The way I practice self-care is I make time for my personal life, and I make sure that I'm trying to get as much rest as I can," Hailey shared. "Taking the time to maybe chill out and go to the spa or veg out and watch a movie — for me, that is self-care. Just relaxing and being kind to your body, because I'm the type of person where I can go, go, go. I'll run myself down. I've done that for like three or four years now, whereas I'm now learning that I have limits. I can't do everything."
Coming to her personal life, being a celebrity is not that easy and living in constant scrutiny of the media and the public does take a toll. Hailey married Justin in November last year and was shocked to find negative comments about her on social media.
“I still see things that bother me. I still read things sometimes, and it's obviously really difficult for me because everything in my life is so magnified right now and there's so much attention on every move that I make, every move that my family makes,” she said.
Not only that, despite a promising career, she still struggles with comparisons. “I come from a world of modeling where it's really easy to compare myself to my own friends. You're just surrounded by a lot of beauty,” she explained, before giving advice to younger women who feel the same way.
“I would say that every girl struggles with comparing themselves, whether it's on social media or [something else]. There's always going to be other women or other girls that you feel insecure around, or that you compare yourself to What if she's this and I'm not this? or What if I'm this and she's this? That is always happening no matter what, you know?”
“I just think I have had to learn, and I've been taught by my parents my whole life, that individuality is so important,” she continued. “There's the only one you. I think a lot of girls struggle with feeling like they can't bring something to the table, but they forget that you — just yourself — is bringing something to the table because there isn't another you,” she added.
As far as what she’s still working on, Hailey noted she wants to get better at “paying attention to little things, like being kind in every circumstance.”