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Road Life Realities: Touring advice from a female musician

Since I was six years old playing “hot cross buns” at my first piano recital, I dreamed of becoming a professional musician.  I envisioned myself traveling around on private jets and tour buses, playing for sold-out crowds every night. For many musicians, landing a tour would be the fulfillment of their greatest childhood dream.  But what is it really like? Is it all it appears to be in the movies?

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Go-To Coffee Shops In Nashville

I heard today on the radio that the average person spends around $53,000 on coffee in their lifetime. EXCUSE ME?! While I would like to be surprised by this, I am not. One of the reasons I’m scared to make a budget is because I don’t want to know how much I spend every year on coffee. I’m not a coffee nerd who grinds their own beans, has a Chemex, and shudders at the thought of flavored creamer. But I do enjoy going to coffee shops and have made a list of some of my Nashville favorites.

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Hustle & Heart

Urban Dictionary defines hustle as “to have the courage, confidence, self-belief, and self-determination to go out there and work it out until you find the opportunities you want in life.” That definition alone makes me want to go out and get things done! I would love to be described as someone who has hustle. But what happens when we aren’t seeing visible results? What happens when we don’t know what opportunities we want, so therefore we don’t know what options to chase? I want to give some personal advice and practical steps that have helped me in my journey.

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