Entering the home of Tracy Tutor’s Beverly Hills, it feels eerily like stepping into the set in which she starred, Bravo’s million dollar list Los Angeles (also known as the only reality show I watch religiously.) One of her team members showed us around as Tracy entered the kitchen with her team of charmers, complete hair and makeup while speaking intensely into her phone. Then we found out that she was closing a high-value eight-figure deal.
So is a typical Wednesday in Tracy’s life, and I shouldn’t really be surprised that it’s been like the show since I got to know, what I see on the screen. To be her life – it’s completely real, one and the same. Of course, quickly proving that her quick wits and natural warmth were also the real issue. This real estate mogul leads with kindness and doesn’t take herself too seriously – she knows her strengths and isn’t afraid to admit where there’s room for growth. Step inside the house Tracy shares with her daughters, learn the healthy habits she swears by and no details about BS. Tracy Tutor’s Morning Routine. Oh, and she had some real estate advice for us, too.
What have you learned the most in the past year?
During Covid, my biggest lesson was learning to prioritize my health. I’m at an age where getting enough rest and making sure I’m going is super important. truly restorative sleep so that I can be productive throughout the day. I haven’t completed all the perfect routines yet – I know I should turn off my phone before bed – but I’m working on it!
Let’s start your morning routine. What does a typical morning look like to you?
I wake up in the dark, pour myself a 16-ounce cup celery juice, chug it, and make a cup coffee. Then I go out on the treadmill, do 30 to 45 minutes of cardio while reviewing how my day went and checking in with my team (if they’re awake.) Then I alternate between weight training and pilates. After a workout, I come home to shower, get ready, and start my day.
Did your training approach evolve in your forties?
When I was younger, I focused more on high-intensity cardio – I think that’s about as long as possible. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve learned to focus on burning more fat and doing moderate-intensity cardio – this allows me to eat what I want, drink what I want, and feel good in the morning. body. It also keeps me from getting injured or exhausted, so I can recover and stay in shape, instead of hitting these things. intense physical climax and valleys.
If you could credit your success to one thing, what would it be?
My communication skills. I’ve learned to read people, and people perceive information differently. The best communicators adjust how they speak to what their listeners need. For example, if someone is easily distracted, I meet them in a place that can eliminate distractions. It’s about reading in the room, focusing on the other person, and tuning in so what you want to share can really sink in.
Tracy Tutor’s top real estate tips for buying a home:
- Hire a good agent to represent you–Someone who knows the area well and has substantial experience in the market you are looking for.
- Don’t judge a book by its cover. Use a good tester and hire the next experts to inspect the structure thoughtfully.
- Look for good curb appeal. The quality of the batch is important. Location is everything. You can always improve a house, but you can’t improve a bad location.
- Good layout is key. Flow from space to space with good lighting.
- Don’t be intimidated by a small job. Making a home for your home requires a good perspective and contractor. It is an area that you should not ignore. Bad quality doesn’t work in the long run.
What’s your biggest beauty tip?
I take skin care pretty seriously. My mom is 76 years old and looks amazing, so I’m grateful to have her good genes, but I also rely a lot on good products. Every few years I get a laser treatment, but I focus more on the consistency of my daily routine: moisturizing mask, serums, under-eye care and products to even out my skin tone. Vitamin C is key to preventing and fading brown spots.
I wash my face with Dr. Lancer wash one’s face. Then I spritz with Epicurean Discovery Protein Mist Enzyme Spray. I follow it with Barbara Sturm’s Hyaluronic Acid Serum and Dr. Lancer’s Daily moisturizing cream. And SPF always: I like Barbara Sturm’s Sunscreen.
Tell us what do you do to live a more present and happy life?
Go for a walk with a friend. This morning, I went hiking for an hour with a girlfriend, and that put me in a calmer and more positive state of mind all day. We didn’t use our phones and it was refreshing. Because of what I do for a living, people are calling me from 6 am – 10 pm … if I don’t walk awake, I will never get a chance to clear my mind and get there. needed during the day. When I have time to rest, I have to make the most of it and really indulge.
What books will we find on your nightstand?
I love Not yet tamed, by Glennon Doyle. I’m about to start reading Nightingales on an upcoming vacation with my family. My daily schedule is so busy, traveling is really an opportunity for me to disconnect and immerse myself in a good book.
What is your favorite getting ready soundtrack?
I have a playlist with 90s artists – George Michael, Prince, Whitney Houston.
If you had an extra hour in the morning, how would you use it?
One thing I would like to know:
Do things my own way and inspire young women to do the same.
What I fear most is…
An ordinary person.
When I feel scared, I…
Run towards it.