Is it bad to sing everyday?

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I’m not sure if it’s better or worse to be awake every day. I mean maybe I should sing every day. I should just sing all day!

When we are not singing every day, can someone help me to remember that what we are seeing, hearing, smelling, and tasting everyday are all very subtle, yet deeply important stimuli? I guess it’s a good thing I don’t actually see those sensations in the moment, because if I did I would be overwhelmed. But I’m learning. I’m really learning.

What has been most challenging about singing every day? It’s not that I’m singing everyday, it’s just that I’m learning how to not just sing, how to learn how to not overspend my brain constantly, and it’s a process of getting there. All the sounds that I hear are so little; I can’t put them all together in a song.

How important are music lessons for you? I like music lessons. I don’t like reading very much, and I just want to go see a show. I like learning. I like making mistakes. I like learning how to think in different ways, and how to interpret the other’s thought, and how do I make sure I understand what’s going on within the scene, and what their thoughts, and who they are and what they want and how to get there. I enjoy listening to the others on the show, and learning what is going on and what isn’t and looking out for things…

How did you become an actor? I’ve always loved acting. I started in high school doing theater stuff. I got a few stage people who’d let me come in and we’d play it for the actors, and so there was a lot of improv that happened in high school, and I’d put everything on the stage, and then go back to do more acting training and improv…

That’s what it seems like, you know, everyone makes the same kind of mistakes. They do the same kind of things from high school, but they’ve learned and grown and they’ve put it all out there as actors. They’re not just going from high school to college just going through the motions…


It’s hard to do. It’s fun, but it’s hard, because it’s the same thing you’re doing in high school. I had many actors that grew up in high school that I would see all the way through, they were still very much in high school, very much enjoying