Karlie Kloss has described herself as ''over-ambitious'' and a ''multitasker'' always trying to cram as much as she can into her day so not to waste any time.
Karlie Kloss has described herself as ''over-ambitious''.
The 24-year-old model - who was scouted at the age of 14 years old - is a ''multitasker'' and has vowed to live life ''to the fullest'' because she doesn't want to waste a minute of time, although she would love to have a clone to make it easier for her to manage her busy schedule.
Speaking to Stylist magazine, the blonde beauty said: ''The meaning of life is to live it to the fullest, take advantage of everything it has to offer, don't waste a minute. I'm a multitasker. I feel like I do 10 things at once - maybe nothing well - but I'm doing lots of things. Doing all that makes me more energised.
''I tend to be over-ambitious with my time management, so whenever time travel or cloning becomes available, that would make my life easier.''
And the catwalk icon hopes people recognise her as being more than just a model but as a ''hard working'' figure.
She explained: ''I'm a hard working, curious person. I think people hopefully recognise and see me as that, not as the label 'a model'.
''I live a modern young woman's life. I am very ambitious but I also care about a lot of things that I will have to figure out along the way.
''I feel really lucky that I'm in this position. Someone just told me earlier that 2017 is my 10-year anniversary of modelling, which is crazy. I'm old!''
And Karlie believes her years of ballet dancing has equipped her with the ''discipline'' and determination to ''mentally and physically'' push herself through any challenge she is faced with.
She said: ''[When I was younger] I'd have ballet recitals so my mom would curl my hair for performances but I was a bit of a tomboy, so I never really paid much attention to it.
''Those years of ballet gave me a high threshold to pan and discipline. I'm grateful for it now, because I can push myself mentally and physically.''
To help Karlie cope with her hectic life she swears by ''a good night's sleep''.
She said: ''Don't underestimate the value of a good night's sleep, because otherwise you can't think clearly. My mom told me that.''
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