Singer, actor and producer Lance Bass says that, like most people, the coronavirus pandemic has drastically changed his daily routine. He said, “Once the pandemic starts, all my [work] Meanwhile, Bass was forced to slow down, which ended up teaching him valuable and unexpected lessons. He says, “I realized I was working too hard and traveling too much. The pandemic has taught me to love being at home and with my family.”
And Bass will likely be much more at home with his family over the next few months. The NSYNC alum and her husband Michael Turchin welcomed a pair of twins, Violet Betty and Alexander James, via a surrogate earlier this month.
The couple have already started to think about how they want to celebrate the holidays with their growing family. Bass says, “It will be interesting to see what traditions are born. This year we are staying in Los Angeles. [to celebrate] Christmas with my family and Hanukkah with my husband’s family. Our families come to us. We also have a big family Thanksgiving and I would like that to be our new tradition. “
Bass, who grew up in Mississippi, says he enjoys Southern cuisine and enjoys eating his family’s recipes, especially while on vacation. He says, “My mom is the best cook ever… I love watching my mom bake her pecan pie and lime pie. He admits that while he enjoys eating his mother’s desserts, he’s more of a savory person. His grandmother’s stuffing is one of his favorites: “My Mimi makes the best dressing for Thanksgiving, and she taught me how to make it,” he says.
Bass has type 2 diabetes, and he adds that while these holiday recipes are absolutely delicious, they are definitely a treat for him. “It’s probably something I only have once a year,” he says. “Holidays are when we have fun and really have fun [these things]. “
When Bass talks about his family’s vacation plans, recipes, and traditions, you can tell that he truly savoring every moment with his loved ones and wants others to do the same. The singer recently partnered with Starbucks for their Holiday Presence Exchange campaign, which encourages everyone to be more present and to spend quality time with friends and family. The campaign includes fun prompts and festive conversation starters to open meaningful conversations and help you practice mindfulness this holiday season.
And, just in case you’re wondering, Bass is a huge fan of Starbucks coffee (even outside of the countryside). He says his everyday drink is the Iced Brown Sugar Oatmilk Shaken Espresso, but as the holiday season approaches, he says he loves making the gingerbread flavored coffee at home in his coffeemaker. Keurig (buy it: $ 199 at Bed, Bath & Beyond). He says, “[It’s perfect for] when you want the quick option. “And a cup of coffee is a great time to catch up with your loved ones, according to Bass. He says,” Having a good soundtrack for your coffee can set the mood and help you connect. . Don’t be afraid to put on some great music! ”(Noted. I’m going to drink my coffee and listen to the NYSNC Christmas album on repeat.)