Even though she’s a mom of three now, Kim's house happens to be incredibly quiet, which has eased the chaos her life brings. “My kids just aren’t that loud. My daughter has a friend over. They’re in the playroom. But they’re outdoorsy. My dog’s [Sushi] even quiet. It’s the craziest thing.”
Kim has also enjoyed being a complete neat freak, regardless of her three little ones running all over her massive Calabasas home. "My life is chaotic, so my home is super simple. Everything has to be clean. No clutter.”
This has also extended to her digital world as well. "I can’t have a full phone. At the end of the day, I delete everything that’s not a current conversation. If I need some information, then I keep it. If not, it has to be deleted. I can’t see too much noise.”
Her need to have important items a certain way has also kept Kim from losing it. "If things aren’t organized, I flip out. My kids’ clothes have their name ironed into them on little labels. I know where everything is, and I. Do. Not. Lose. Things,” she asserted.
There has been one exception, however, to her super tidy lifestyle: her children’s playroom, described as a “zone of chaos” with paint and toys decorating the play space for her kids North, Saint and newborn Chicago.
Public image is a big part of her life (and one that can be very stressful), however Kim revealed that she's actually cared less and less about how she looks and what people think of her as she gets older.
"At the beginning, I looked at people’s opinions,” she revealed. "Now I’m content in my life, and I don’t care. The things that make me happy now are different. But I swear, you have to be born for this. It’s not for everyone. I know I can handle it.”
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