Maya Rudolph's Guide to Dealing with the Stress of the Never-Ending News Cycle
The comedian opens up about what she's been doing in quarantine.
Enjoy the downtime"I have been relishing the downtime mainly because my family isn't so spread out doing various activities like we usually are during the school year," she explains."I like it when everyone is at home."For Rudolph, she's also used this period as a"big time" reset."I am not taking it for granted."
Find your quarantine hobby"Early quarantine I was making Sourdough bread and behaving like a pioneer woman," says Rudolph."These days, I’ve learned to use Postmates and watchHarry Potter."Fold baby clothes, even if you don't have a baby
This content is imported from YouTube. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.Put your energy somewhere elseGoing back toSaturday Night Livewas a gift for the comedian because she was able to channel her energy into playing Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. Rudolph feels lucky to be connected to a place she loves so much. headtopics.com
Talk openly about anxietyRudolph, who plays Connie The Hormone Monstress on the Netflix showBig Mouth, is so happy the latest season of the show is dealing with anxiety head on."[It's] just another taboo that needs to be destigmatized to show that we can all relate to it in some form of another," she adds. Rudolph also pointed out that while she may play Connie, she most relates to the character Jessi on the show.
When all else fails, scream into a pillowThis content is imported from YouTube. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.Do youRudolph is also staying sane by baking, streamingRead more: ELLE Magazine (US) »
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