Jennifer Lopez has always been known for her fierce work ethic and dedication to her career. But what does a day in the life of this super successful and wealthy celebrity look like?
Here's a peek into Lopez's daily routine, from early morning workouts to quality time with her kids in the evening.
This routine has played a significant role in helping Lopez build and maintain her impressive empire.
Inside a day in the life of Jennifer Lopez
- Lopez starts her day with a workout and self-care routine that includes affirmations, prayer, and meditation.
- She is known for her busy schedule and multitasking abilities, often doing her makeup in the car to save time.
- Evenings are for relaxation and quality time with her children.
Lopez’s mornings revolve around her six-year-old twins, Emme and Max. She ensures she is ready by the time they wake up between 6:15 and 6:45 a.m., whether getting them prepared for school or responding to their cheeky requests for her to make breakfast.
After the kids are off to school, Lopez turns her focus to fitness with a workout that lasts at least an hour to an hour and 15 minutes. She starts her day with a BodyLab TastyShake to fuel her workout, which she says will “... be at least an hour to an hour and 15 minutes of different stuff,” and then sets aside some time for affirmations, prayer, and meditation.
After her morning workout and self-care routine, Lopez is usually off to a meeting. She’s known for her busy schedule and ability to multitask, so it’s no surprise that she admits to “... doing my makeup in the car to save a lot of time.”
With her seat on the American Idol judges’ panel, a successful recording career, and various brand endorsements, Lopez is continually working to grow her empire.
After a long day of work, Lopez makes sure to carve out some time for relaxation and quality time with her kids. Dinner is usually at 6:30 or 7 p.m.; this mom of twins says she “... read somewhere that if you have dinner with your kids, they’re less likely to do drugs!”
After dinner, it’s bedtime by 8:30 p.m. for the kids, with Lopez proudly revealing that “... they try to get me to read three or four books a night. I love that they love to read.”
And with that, Jenny from the block tiptoes away from her safely tucked up and sleeping children to round off another busy day.