Selena GomezThe 30-year-old could imagine settling down with a family in the future. The singer and actress has lived a thriving life in the entertainment industry over the years, but she reportedly doesn’t feel able to continue the same career and life she’s leading now forever. “I hope to be married and to be a mother,” Selena said in a new episode of the TATATU series. give back generationcorresponding E! news. “Eventually I’ll get tired of all this, so I’ll probably devote most of my life to philanthropy before I make my peace.”
Selena also reportedly added that she likes to “keep it real” and even sees herself as an “extremist” who looks at things “one way,” including on social media. “If anyone knows me, I’m an extremist. So it’s either one way or the other,” she explained. “So I actually got rid of my Instagram on my phone and gave that power to my assistant. So I just text her everything I post instead of having to worry about turning it on and off. I don’t even know my password.”
“But it was intentional because I’m happy when I see you guys because I wasn’t checking Instagram,” she continued. “So I don’t know what you’ve done or how you’re doing and that’s like real time we can win together.”
Selena has also reportedly offered advice to others when it comes to taking a little off social media for “mental health” reasons because of its importance. “Just take the weekend off or start with a day where you’re just not paying attention and really be present for what’s going on around you,” she said. “I think that’s so crucial and part of our mental health.”
Selena’s new interview comes just a week after she celebrated her 30th birthday. She took to Instagram to celebrate the special occasion with two black and white pictures of herself and a thoughtful message. “My twenties were a journey through good, hard and beautiful moments that I will never forget. Each of them shaped me into who I am today,” she wrote, before explaining that she’s “still learning” and “more confident about what matters” as she gets older every day.
“Someone who is grateful for every single gift and lesson along the way,” she continued while describing herself. “I move forward encouraged by so many strong, empowering people around me. I want to do my best to take the beautiful and the painful day by day and make myself the best I can be for myself/others/you from all of this.”