Soleil Moon Frye: A Day in My Life


Striking a stability. Soleil Moon Frye has been on the go since she acquired her begin as a toddler actor, so over time, she has discovered the best way to handle her time.

The actress, 45, was cast because the titular character on the NBC sitcom Punky Brewster when she was simply 7 years previous. She starred on the collection from 1984 to 1988 and reprised her function for the 2021 revival, which aired on Peacock for one season.

After the unique Punky Brewster wrapped, Frye directed her first movie, 1998’s Wild Horses, landed a gig on Sabrina the Teenage Witch from 2000 to 2003 and ventured into voice work.

The California native additionally turned a mom. She shares daughters Poet, 16, and Jagger, 13, and sons Lyric, 7, and Story, 5, with Jason Goldberg, whom she break up from in 2020 after 22 years of marriage.

Frye opened up in June 2019 in regards to the significance of self-care amid her hectic schedule. “So often we forget about just taking time for ourselves,” she solely instructed Us Weekly on the time. “So that has been kind of a big thing for me this year, having that one-on-one time where I can go have dinner with a friend and catch up, or a hike, things like that. Little things for [myself].”

She added: “It’s all about that self-love. I think as we get older, it’s sometimes hard to remember to take that time because it’s all about the kids, picking them up, and dropping them off, making sure that they do their homework, making sure they’re fed.”

Frye linked with fellow mothers too by being actual about her tough days on social media. “It just made me feel not so alone,” she instructed Us in March 2018. “I was struggling with opening the stroller. I thought I was going to know how to do all those things. I wasn’t prepared for that. And it was great to discover, through social media, that I was not alone, and there were other messy parents. There were other parents that were failing and having the same experiences, and I wasn’t on this journey solo.”

The former little one star ultimately discovered the best way to lower herself some slack. “It’s so easy to feel like the weight of the world is on you and it’s so easy to feel judged by others,” she mentioned. “Each circumstance is so different and every baby is so different, every personality. Just don’t be too hard on yourself.”

Want to see Frye’s day in motion? Keep scrolling via the photographs under to find how she spends her time.

6:30 a.m.

The activist sits exterior in the solar together with her morning espresso. “I’m caught by the camera as I’m still trying to wake up!” she jokes.

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7 a.m.

“I share some kisses with our family dog, Bello, as I’m getting ready for my day,” she shares.

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9 a.m.

“My first stop of the day is working with our incredible CORE team,” says Frye. “We’re a global disaster relief organization, and I’m grateful to be on the board.”

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12 p.m.

“I’m having lunch with one of my lifelong friends Shaka, who is a pediatrician, [to talk] about my 16-year-old daughter, Poet, getting the meningitis B vaccine,” says Frye. “Young adults are the age group most affected by [the disease].”

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5 p.m.

“My mama [Sondra Peluce] stops by to check on the kids and me,” says the star. “One of the great lessons she has taught me is to take my life experiences and turn them into art.”

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7:15 p.m.

“I end the day watching the sunset with my kids,” she says. “We love any chance we get to be at the ocean. It is so healing.”

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