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Meghan McCall

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz……..

Everyone needs their beauty rest, but some folks just can’t hit snooze enough times. And if you’re a superstar singer or a public speaker, or just trying to shed some pounds, sleep is extra essential. Here’s why….

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Meghan McCall

Bitesize

Like any big task, such as making healthier choices in our lives, the big task is made up of many smaller more “bitesize” tasks.

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Meghan McCall

Water Intake

As a wise person once said, water is the elixir of life! But, it’s even more crucial for folks like singers, actors, or anyone who loves to talk… a lot. Why? Let’s explore….

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Meghan McCall

Sing to your Upper Molars!

Lifting the palate is an essential technique for any singer or speaker who wants to achieve a resonant, clear, and powerful voice. Here are three reasons why you should try to lift your palate when you sing:

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Meghan McCall

Look Alive Everybody!

The zygomatic muscles are located in the cheek area and are responsible for lifting the corners of the mouth when we smile. They also happen to make you look energized, engaged and compelling. Without using them when performing, we often leave our audience wondering “Do they even want to be here?”

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Meghan McCall

Staying on Track for Thanksgiving

As a nutrition coach, I am always asked by my clients, “How do I stay on track with my nutrition during the holidays?” There are several tips that I would recommend in order to stay healthy and on track during the holiday of Thanksgiving.

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Meghan McCall

Take a deep breath, Nerves can be overcome

Feeling nervous before a performance is completely normal, and it’s something that many people experience. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to help calm your nerves before a performance. Here are 3 things to try:

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Meghan McCall

My Goal: Sing and Speak like a Swede

Let’s talk about the practice of Lagom (link to Lagom book on amazon). Lagom is a Swedish word that translates to “not too much, not too little, just right.” It is a concept that promotes balance, moderation, and simplicity. When it comes to singing or speaking, applying Lagom means finding the right balance in your voice, expression, and performance.

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Meghan McCall

Think “Around” the Box

Box breathing can be a helpful tools for managing stress and anxiety. It can be practiced anywhere at any time, whether you are at home, at work, or on the go. With practice, box breathing can become a natural part of your daily routine, allowing you to feel more calm, focused, and centered.

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