Who is Shannon Bream? Shannon Bream (geboren Shannon Noelle DePuy, 23 december 1970) is een Amerikaanse journalist voor Fox News. In 2017 werd Bream de gastheer van het prime time-programma Fox News @ Night.
Geboren: 23 december 1970
Opleiding: Liberty University, Florida State Uni …
Partner: Sheldon Bream
Tv-show: Fox News @ Night
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Fox News anchor Shannon Bream is busy. The 49-year-old Arlington resident and host of Fox News @ Night with Shannon Bream often works until midnight – if the news doesn’t break. She has found that prioritizing her mental and physical health helps to manage the stress of being a political journalist in 2020, especially when she is working on an unpredictable schedule. “[But] I never count the hours because I really love what I do,” she says. “It feels like a privilege every day.”
Here’s how she gets it done.
“I have an unconventional schedule because of the hours I work. The good thing is, I’m a night owl. Because I go to bed around 2:00 a.m., I’m usually up between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., i’m in the studio around 3:00 p.m. and shortly after midnight. It’s on paper. But there are plenty of days when I’m early because I also speak to the Supreme Court and the arguments start at 10:00. We also have extensive political and impeachment activities. If the news breaks overnight, we’ll go live until 1:00 a.m.
“I’m not a big breakfast man, but I try to eat a little something in the morning that I’m going to train. I’m very hungry after I wake up and train. Lunch is usually quite simple: a piece of toast with prairie bread and a single egg. Sometimes I add a decaffeinated latte with soy milk. I’m pretty religious about drinking 60 to 70 ounces of water a day. I have a large refillable water bottle with me that I try to get through at least twice a day. I also like to make smoothies with spinach, bananas, almond milk and a little protein powder. In general, I eat a smaller meal between 4pm and 5pm and around 8pm.
“Although I am not such a cook, I am grateful to my husband Sheldon. He often makes meals that I can take with me – usually a meat and a vegetable. My last meal is pretty light, soup or salad. I don’t eat after the show because I don’t sleep well on a full stomach.
“Two days a week my husband and I train with a fantastic trainer Joe Smackum. He kills us with all kinds of weights, cardio and core. A few extra days a week I like to go out for cardio. We also have a new puppy, Biscuit, so there are many walks. If we have more time with her on the weekends, we try to take longer walks and wear her out.
“When I’m exercising and eating healthily, it’s easier to manage the stress and plan demands that are a reality in the media. If I can go for a run, it clears my head and reduces my anxiety. When I’m traveling all the time, sleeping when I can and eating on the go, I don’t feel at my best. Routine is important to me and keeps me mentally and physically healthy. I try to stay disciplined about that on the way and have a lot more energy when I do. It helps to have my husband as a training partner. He’s a lifelong athlete, and he’s been snubbed by me. Although I miss the natural part of athletic talent!
“Running the Pittsburgh Marathon widened every limit I thought I had. Months of training, running under all conditions and overcoming exhaustion and injuries, teach you a lot. Honestly, come race day, nothing less than two broken legs would have stopped me from crossing that finish line.
“I think we are all our own worst critics. I know my problem areas and I have wasted precious time obsessing them. The older I get, I’ve gone beyond seeing thinness as the only goal. I have given my body a number of unnecessary and harmful things. Now I’m going to feed a lot more about myself for energy and work to build dry muscles and keep my head free.
“For me, the biggest part is my spiritual health. That comes every morning for my workouts and the rest of the day. If I can pray, read my Bible and diary, I’ll be in the best possible place to deal with everything that pops up. You can’t always do everything. You first have to address what is really important (not just urgent) and learn to prioritize from there. I also come from a place of gratitude. I’m immensely blessed and I don’t forget. “
This interview has been edited and condensed.
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