Kendall Jenner: I've become lazy

Kendall Jenner admits her career has caused her to become "lazy".

The 20-year-old model has revealed that her chaotic lifestyle and busy schedule has led her to feel "lazy" and admitted she feels "tired" of all of the travelling involved in her job.

In a post on her website, Kendall said: "I used to be really good at unpacking the second I got home, but lately I've gotten so lazy. I don't even want to look at it or deal with it, so I'll usually just slowly unpack over the next couple days, lol (sic)"

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star said that after spending time away from her Los Angeles home, she doesn't feel in the mood to unpack her things and do housework.

She explained: "When I get home from a long trip away, the first thing I want to do is see my friends and go to the places I love that I haven't been able to visit. I don't want to sit around at all - I've been sitting in hotels for the past couple weeks, so I just want to get out of the house!

"Being away from LA makes me appreciate it so much more. I really feel more like myself when I'm there. There's nothing like home!"

Meanwhile, the brunette beauty recently revealed she started shaving her legs when she was just seven.

Kendall admitted she was left with bloody pins in her early years when she took a razor to her bare flesh after walking in on her half-sister Kim Kardashian West in the shower shaving her own legs.

She said: "I once walked in on Kim shaving her legs in the shower. I was only seven and I was like, 'When can I do that?' And she was like, 'Not for a long time Kendall.' And then a couple of days later I went and did it with her razor and without any soap or water and I cut my legs to shreds. That's probably the worst thing I've done but I was like seven."

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