Cheryl cuts workload to stop her feeling ‘nervous and stressed’
16th June 2021

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Cheryl has admitted that to avoid feeling "stressed or nervous" she has cut back on her work schedule.

The singer, who has been planning her music comeback, admitted that her priorities have changed after not working during the pandemic and spending quality time at home with her four year old son Bear.

Asked if she were to return to music in the ultra-busy way she used to work, the 37 year old explained: "I'm not doing that to myself again, no. I'm only going to do stuff that makes me truly happy."

She added in the interview with Marie Claire magazine: "I think life falls into place when you focus on that intent. Only happiness. Only authenticity.


"I won't spend time on anything that makes me feel stressed or nervous. I haven't got the energy," Cheryl, who shares her son with ex Liam Payne, said.

In the same interview, the former Girls Aloud star explained that the pandemic had taught her a "really valuable lesson" when it came to living authentically.

The stunning star also noted that people "didn't want to go back to their normal lives" because the pandemic had made them realise they were miserable before.

Making these particular realisations centred on her well-being over the past year, the Fight For This Live hitmaker explained that she now has the "time, space, and mental clarity to have a routine".

Earlier this month, Cheryl announced she was "back" and posted new pictures of herself on her Instagram after over a year of absence from social media.

Cheryl looked her usual gorgeous self in a selfie as she sported a natural look with tousled, wavy hair and a loose-fitting white shirt.


In the second picture, she was seen with six entourage members posing happily in what looks like a dressing room.

The former Girls Aloud star captioned the pics: "We back [peace emoji] **all covid tested [green tick emoji]."

Cheryl last appeared on TV in early 2020 for the second series of BBC talent show The Greatest Dancer, where she held the role as dance captain alongside Todrick Hall, Matthew Morrison and Oti Mabuse.

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