Kristin Cavallari says friendships suffered during Jay Cutler marriage

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Balance is key for Kristin Cavallari.

The Uncommon James founder, 35, exclusively told Page Six recently that divorcing Jay Cutler “forced” her to create more time for herself, her business and her friendships.

“It’s sort of, like, forced this perfect balance on me because I only have my kids half of the time now,” she explained, while promoting the summer collection of her successful jewelry line.

“So the weeks that I have them, I’m ‘mom,’ you know, and I mean, they’re in school now, too, so I have a full day, so I can work when I need to.”

Cavallari said that during her seven-year marriage to Cutler, 39, her personal relationships were the most affected by her busy schedule.

“Before my divorce, the one area of my life that really suffered was my social life and my friendships, because I was so maxed out with family and work,” the “Very Cavallari” alum said.

Cavallari added that since she split from Cutler in April 2020 in “a lot of ways” it’s been “nice to kind of find myself again and have some time to put myself first.”

However, the mother of three — who shares sons Camden, 9, Jaxon, 8, and Saylor, 6, with the ex-NFL star — isn’t making plans with pals when she has custody of her kids.

“I’ve gotten a babysitter only a few times in the last couple of years because the weeks I don’t have them, I can go to dinner with my friends, I can stay at the office later if I need to, I can travel for work, I can do all of those things,” she added, “and so, that has forced a perfect balance on me again.”

The “Laguna Beach” alum concluded, “I’m having fun again, so that’s been really nice.”

Cutler, meanwhile, also recently spoke out about why his divorce was mutually beneficial.

“I don’t recommend divorce for anybody, let me go ahead and say that, but, it worked out,” the former Chicago Bears quarterback during a conversation with Clay Travis on the latest episode of his “Uncut with Jay Cutler” podcast.

“It worked out for Kristin, it worked out for me. It is what it is.”

He also alluded that his ex-wife got a payout in their settlement, noting she “made out OK.”

The entrepreneur, who first rose to fame on reality TV in the early 2000s, is one of few celebrities to have complete ownership of her brand with Uncommon James.

She is also a three-time New York Times Bestselling author, who is expected to release her third clean-living cookbook in 2023, and has a skincare line called Uncommon Beauty.

Cavallari recently told us of her building successful businesses, “I think that people can tell if you just put your name on something or if you really are passionate about what you’re bringing to the table and I am really passionate about it.. so I think that that might be why people have have supported me over the years.”

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