Don’t have a to-do list for autumn yet? Try these activities and make your autumn days productive as a singer!
Take care of your voice.
Stay hydrated no matter what the season is. Improving your vocal health should be your priority. Drink the recommended amount of water for your age. If your throat’s not feeling the way it should, you can gargle apple cider vinegar to ease the throat. Don’t worry; they won’t affect your vocal cords!
Since it’s autumn, it’s best if you have some fun by easily making your apple cider with the help of a handyman drill. Learn more in http://www.edspire.co.uk/year_2014/10/17/hello-autumn-apple-to-cider/.
Write songs outdoors.
Bring your guitar and favorite notebook outside your house and find a place to sit down and write. Compose songs in a peaceful location, perhaps in a park that’s not overcrowded, and take the time to unleash the composer or song arranger in you. If you don’t want to write, you can always arrange songs. Composing or arranging songs is one of the best things to do during this time because the weather is lovely and the leaves falling to the ground just remind you how endings can be beautiful. Autumn is an inspiring season that will make you feel a bit sentimental yet grateful. Translate your feelings into words and bring them alive with a tune and you’ll have the best autumn ever!
Listen to the best songs about Autumn.
Another way to enjoy your autumn is to be inspired by the best songs about the season. My personal favorites include “Autumn in New York” by Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald, “Leaves That Are Green” by Simon and Garfunkel, and of course, “Wake Me Up When September Ends” by Green Day. If you followed the previous suggestion in this article and became successful at writing at least one song, then you can even include your own composition/s in the list of your best songs about Autumn!
There you have it! Look forward to Autumn with excitement this year!