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We can’t do it all and that’s okay!

Happy Fall, everyone! In the last two weeks, the weather feels like it took a sharp turn into autumn-town. Not that I’m complaining–this is my time to thrive! It’s scarf weather! Anyway – this is your friendly reminder that you cannot do it all. No really, you can’t, and that’s okay. This past summer, my …

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In-Person versus Online Voice Lessons

As we continue to head into the unknown each day, I wanted to discuss the differences between private voice lessons taught in-person and online.  In-Person – Pros: Clients and teacher are physically in the same room, creating extra energy and excitement. Clients are able to sing along with the piano in real time and can …

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Re-post: My Vocal Journey

This year marks 11 years since my vocal surgery. As a successful performer and voice teacher, I want to continue to reshare my story to get rid of the stigma surrounding vocal injuries. Professional singers are vocal athletes, injuries can happen just like a professional athlete. I want to continue to stress vocal health and …

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How to use ‘languishing’ to our advantage

Two weeks ago in the NYTimes, Adam Grant wrote “There’s a Name for the Blah You’re Feeling: It’s Called Languishing.” It’s a wonderful read and for me personally, hit the nail on the head to explain how I’ve been feeling these past couple of months. In the article, it lays out of couple of interesting …