Few people radiate more sunshine than Kristin Chenoweth. Lighting up the stage and screen in projects like Wicked, The West Wing, and Schmigadoon, Kristin’s professional and personal garden is always blooming and busy — until Easter arrives. “I always try to slow down to celebrate the meaning of the season: the resurrection of Jesus,” she shares with FIRST for Women. “It’s a time I like to be in church with people and music, celebrating what’s most important in life!”
Here, she shares four stress-busting tips for making every day a joyful celebration and filling each moment with love, peace, and grace that lasts throughout the year.
To Beat the Blues: Back-to-Basics Strategies
“In the past, I have not been so kind to my body because of what society has told me, but I’m 54 now and I want to be healthy more than I want to look perfect,” Kristin reveals. “I am a work in progress there, but one thing I have learned in my life is to have a little grace with myself and to make time for me. I’m a perfectionist, type-A person, but these days, whether I succeed or I fail, I tell myself that I deserve grace, I deserve to eat and rest properly, and I am worthy and valuable regardless of…