Kourtney Kardashian ‘Would Be Very Happy’ If The Cameras Stopped Rolling Tomorrow

Kourtney Kardashian has found her passion with Poosh and she would be more than okay if her time as a reality television star came to an end.

The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” personality opens up about her new e-commerce website Poosh in a new interview for the digital cover of Paper Mag. “I feel like I’m constantly asked, ‘How do you do this? What’s that salad you guys are eating on your show?'” she says. “It’s nice to share it with people and have that space to do so.

“Poosh is about a way to live, not necessarily which items to buy,” Kardashian explains. “But I do like having that, too. We just did my favourite table napkins, which are $8. Things for everyone.”

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Kourtney Kardashian. Photo: Paper Mag
Kourtney Kardashian. Photo: Paper Mag

It seems the entire “KUWTK” clan has other projects going on, from Kim Kardashian’s legal advocacy to Kylie Jenner’s makeup empire. It took Kourtney a while to find her thing. “I’m happy that I didn’t let them push me into what was the right timing for them,” she says. “Maybe a couple years back, I almost started a couple different things because I felt like everyone was pushing me.”

“I feel like this is my thing,” she tells the publication with enthusiasm. “And I’m happy.”

“It’s a new energy,” she says. “I feel different. There’s something all day that I’m doing. It doesn’t leave my mind. Having a conference call this morning, on the way here, it was exciting for me. Having something to keep my brain going. I do feel like that was missing before.”

Poosh is named in honour of her daughter Penelope’s nickname. “This is something I can make for my kids to be proud of,” Kardashian exclaims. “It’s named after my daughter, and it’s hopefully something that can be hers someday.”

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Kourtney Kardashian. Photo: Paper Mag
Kourtney Kardashian. Photo: Paper Mag

“I always say I want to move away someday and just be away from it all,” she confesses. “Sail away. No one will ever see me again.” Where would the 40-year-old go? “Maybe Norway. Switzerland? I’ve got a lot of ideas.”

Paper asked if she would be okay if the cameras stopped rolling tomorrow. “I would be very happy,” she insisted before reiterating, “I would be very happy.”

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