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consistency in practice

It’s scary to sing in front of others… practicing consistently helps!

As Sommerset Maugham said,

“I write only when inspiration strikes. Fortunately, it strikes every morning at nine o’clock sharp.”

How to build a practice schedule that feels effective and enjoyable.

We’ll take two approaches here…

First let’s talk about your attitude towards practicing.

Practicing is hard work for everyone…

it can be even harder if you’re bringing anxiety and trauma into the practice room with you.

If that’s the case for you, there are some things you can do to ease some the reactivity around practicing:

🤗 Think of practicing as spending time with your voice.

⏳A small amount of time is enough time!

💕 Build a kind, compassionate, trusting relationship with your voice.

👩🏽‍🎤Meet the Muse on a regular basis so she knows where to find you!

🫣 Stick to your schedule even when you don’t feel like singing.

And some practical routine/schedule building tips:

📝 Set aside time to actually plan out your practice time.

🎶Remember your WHY

⏱Start small

🗓 Consider your existing obligations and what you can eliminate (what is less important than singing?)

🌊 Follow your unique energetic and creative flow

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