‘Good Morning America’ weekend co-anchor Dan Harris announced on Sunday that he has decided to leave ABC News after 21 years in order to on his meditation company.

“This was a difficult decision for me. As some of you may know, I’ve been spending a lot of time on my extracurricular gig, my side hustle, a meditation company, called Ten Percent Happier. It’s been a lot to juggle and even though I’m a public proponent of work/life balance, if I’m honest, I’ve struggled to follow my own advice,” he said during the show on Sunday, adding that he will be leaving the company in two months.

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The 50-year-old joined ABC News in March 2000 and has since reported on some of the biggest stories, including the war in Afghanistan. He has received several awards in his career, including the Edward R. Murrow Award and an Emmy Award for his ‘Nightline’ report, “How to Buy a Child in Ten Hours.”

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Harris called GMA “one of the highlights of my life. My colleagues, both on and off the air, have become like a family. I really do love these people, and I am going to miss them horribly.”

“This is very hard for me. I love ABC News … I became an adult here, although some of my co-hosts may dispute that,” he added. 

Following the announcement, several of his fans took to Twitter to express their displeasure. 

“AS IF!! as if enough wasn’t enough Dan Harris Of ABC weekend GMA is leaving after 21 years! How sad My weekends wont be the same anymore! He is a great guy and Author 10% Happier Podcast I Wish Him the Best!! sad But That’s life!” one person wrote.

Before joining ABC News, Harris worked with several news networks, including New England Cable News, WCSH, an NBC affiliate in Portland, and WLBZ, the NBC affiliate in Maine.

Harris’ 2014 book “10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Really Works — a True Story,” made to it to the number one spot in the New York Times Bestseller List.