Sandra Bullock is one of her and she's put the stop to her acting career in order to spend some time with her family.

The Lost City star admitted in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that she's "so burnt out" and it's time to get away of Hollywood

due to being "so tired" and understands that she's "not capable of making healthy, smart decisions. 

" However, she's making the right decision to step back from her work since she's come to realizing that

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the concepts imposed upon us by the hustle and girlboss culture place us on a wheel without a clear path to a conclusion.

Bullock offered more details on the way she came to this conclusion by illustrating an analogy we can all identify with.

"Work was always steady for me and I've had the best luck. I realized that it was becoming my"crutch,"" she explained.

"Work was always steady for me and I've had the best luck. I realized that it was becoming my"crutch,"" she explained. 

"It felt like opening an entire fridge and searching for something that wasn't within the fridge. I thought to myself: 'Stop looking for it, there's no such thing.

" Of of course, the 57-year old star is in a position to enjoy an undetermined period of time away from public attention, yet she's also sounding the alarm that work should not determine us.

It's an acknowledgement that the pressure of working isn't only for average people and even an A-list actor sporting the distinction of an Oscar on their wall has the same expectations.