Kim Kardashian and her daughter North West.
Kim Kardashian and her daughter North West.

Kim Kardashian is 'selective' of jobs after motherhood

KIM Kardashian has become more "selective" of jobs since giving birth to her daughter last year.

The 33-year-old reality star admits she's struggled to find a balance between her career and becoming a mother to North 12 months ago, but thinks "prioritising" is essential.

Speaking to Romyandthebunnies.com, she said: "It is an adjustment trying to balance a career and motherhood for sure, but the key is to prioritise.

"You become more selective and work on projects that are so meaningful because you want every other waking moment spent with your family.

"You have to remember though to make time for yourself. If you feel good, you will be happy in your career and family life and everyone is happy!"

The brunette beauty enjoys taking time away from her busy schedule to spend time with North, whom she has with her husband Kanye West, and admits her favourite thing to do is to fall asleep cuddling her.

She explained: "My absolute favourite thing is taking a nap with her. We cuddle and fall asleep holding each other. It's my favourite time just snuggling with her."

However, the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star sometimes takes the tot along with her when she has work commitments and has learnt how to deal with travelling long distances on an aeroplane with a baby.

She said: "Jet lag can be tough to adjust to, especially for a baby. I think its important to travel with the necessities to make sure your baby gets a nap on the flight, and whenever necessary!"



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