Kate Hudson credits meditation for happiness
Domestic goddess Kate Hudson loves nothing better than whipping up a batch of cookies in her free time.
Kate Hudson’s youthful glow is down to regular meditation.
The Mother's Day actress has noticed a significant change in her body and life since she embraced the practice, and attempts to get some quiet time for at least 20 minutes each morning.
"My body has really shifted since I brought more mindfulness to my routine, doing meditation. We hold so much stress that if we're not regulating that, I don't think it's possible to be our best," she told Britain's OK! magazine. "My life is excellent at the moment. I'm trying to focus on honesty, authenticity and keeping clear-headed."
The 37-year-old star adds that having experiences outside of Hollywood, such as her partnership with JustFab on a line of activewear called Fabletics, has also broadened her horizons. Kate, who is known for her athletic physique, considers the venture one of her best learning experiences to date.
"The growth of our company has been shocking. It's amazing. Fabletics is going fantastically well,” she beamed. “It's been one of the greatest experiences I've ever had and we are having such a blast. Everybody at the company - and our customers - are great."
When it comes to her family life, Kate likes nothing better than spending time at home with her sons, Ryder, 12, and Bingham, four. Despite her lithe physique, the stunning star admits she “quite a baking person" and thoroughly enjoys whipping up a batch of fresh cookies to share with her friends and family.
She considers her relatives a hugely important part of her life, so is thrilled to be living just around the corner from her mother Goldie Hawn and her partner Kurt Russell. As well as that, her house is the same home she grew up in, which is something Kate loves.
"It's amazing, there is so much history there," Kate told the publication of her abode. "It's comfortable. I feel safe and it's 'home'. I feel everybody has passed through there - my grandma and grandpa - people who are no longer with us. There is so much beautiful energy."
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