Lady Musicians, let's chat about how to manage your career when it's that time of the month. This is never talked about!
Lady Musicians: How to manage your career during "that time". With free checklist
Lady Musicians: How to Manage your Career during "that time".
It usually happens once per month, get what I mean..?
This is a topic that is NEVER talked about!
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Being able to give birth to the entire human race is pretty nifty, but it comes with drawbacks.
This is to all the Lady Musicians out there, and all our allies: I think it's about time we have this frank discussion.
As with any of life's problems, the solution will not come if we aren't brave enough to talk about the problem in the first place.
Ladies, we all have periods, and it can affect our moods, our energy, and our musical performance.
One month, you might be feeling ok.
Another month, you might feel exhausted, dehydrated, frustrated. (For more in-depth advice on how to grow your voice, go here).
I would love it if we could use as an opportunity to offer each other practical advice and tips on what to do.
I have started with adding some of my own tips for things that help me feel better, with a free worksheet at the end of the video.
Our Allies have an important part to play in creating a more supportive and understanding environment for females working in a heavily male-dominated industry.
In all the music studios I had ever practised in, not once had there ever been any sanitary bins, or any facilities that might hint of a female presence for that matter.
I'm not asking for much; acknowledgement of our presence and our needs would be a huge step in the right direction.
If a music studio had a sanitary bin AND some spare tampons in a discreet little box somewhere, I think I would keel over in shock!
Lady Musicians, what advice works best for you?
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Small wins are where it all begins!