that morning person
The mom of two says she used to sleep in, but "10 a.m. is basically evening for me now."
The "E! News" host gets real about how she takes care of herself each day.
"Know that it’s OK to feel the way you’re feeling and express yourself to people around you," the "Pitch Perfect 3" star says.
"I think it’s so important to understand that your brain is very complicated."
Try this the next time you wake up.
Hectic and adorable all at the same time.
The actress struggles to prioritize herself, but she's found ways to make it work.
The actress and Fabletics co-founder is obsessed with her snooze button.
"There’s an excitement in waking up and taking care of him."