Cheryl has revealed that she won’t be returning to a lot of work in the future, explaining that her breakup with the public has taught her to only pursue a job that makes her truly happy.
Singer and former The greatest dancer and The X factor panelist Cheryl took some time out of the spotlight during the Covid-19 pandemic and also took a hiatus from social media for a year, and she has now said Marie Claire that she does not intend to be as busy with her job again as before.
“I will never do that to myself again,” she said. “I’m only going to do things that make me really happy. I think life falls into place when you focus on that intention. Only happiness. Only authenticity. I won’t spend time on anything that stresses me out or makes me nervous. I don’t have the energy. “
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Cheryl added that living with the pandemic has been a “really valuable lesson,” explaining that having time to think about what matters to her has shown her what really matters.
” It’s not worth it. The pandemic actually taught us that. You talk to people now and they don’t want to go back to normal life, ”she said.
“I think we learned a really valuable lesson, as horrible, tragic and despicable as it is, and it brought a lot of awareness and self-reflection, for the better. It’s about what’s important, what makes you happy, and what makes you unhappy. “
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Cheryl is a mom to four-year-old Bear, whom she shares with her ex-partner, singer Liam Payne, and she revealed that being a parent made her realize “how some of the things that mattered to you – And I mean, really taken care of – really counts ”.
“They are your responsibility. Their happiness, their well-being, ”she said of having a child. “You have just become the second in the family. And that’s for all the right reasons in my case. You’re like, ‘Oh my god, was that really interesting to me? Wow. ‘ “
Liam recently praised her ex Cheryl, calling her “the best person to co-parent with.”
“No stress involved,” he said. “It’s very, very relaxed, and we spend a lot of time on FaceTime. And it’s really sweet, and I’m closer to them than I’ve ever been before, actually, which is really, really cool. “
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