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  • Actor Self-Care: How to Reset Your Mind + Body During a Day Off

    It’s a tough, wonderful life, starting an acting career. One or two day jobs—maybe three—plus the audition that pops up out of the blue and requires that you drop everything, resulting in another IOU to the generous co-worker who covers your shift.
    It’s admirable, crazy, and we wouldn’t have it any other way (except for that series regular…), but there does come a point when you inevitably hit a wall and exhaustion kicks in. Frustratingly, that exhaustion can creep into auditions and performances. So when a true day off finally does come, I encourage you to use it as a reset day to focus on self-care and not ever-enticing bar hangouts with friends. Sure, the latter feels good in the moment but it’ll only exhaust you further in the end. Use your day off to recharge so you can be at your best when that audition calls; you’ll be ready to take on the world.
    From a nutritional and holistic perspective, here’s an example of what a nourishing self-care day would look like:
    Wake UpStanding up, drink a glass of water with ¼ tsp. Himalayan salt mixed in that you prepared the night before. It’s an old remedy that helps spare the adrenal glands

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