A Day in My Life

All the appropriate notes! Aubrey O’Day solely took Us Weekly along with her by way of a day in her life as she practices her craft — and finds her internal peace.

“The very first thing I do is heat up my voice,” the singer, 39, tells Us, sharing that kicking her morning off with music “units the tone and power” for the remainder of the day. “Additionally, enjoying the piano permits me to sharpen that ability, she provides. 

Ensuring her vocals are in tip-top form is the No. 1 precedence for the Danity Kane alum, whose newest single, “Unborn Love,” dropped earlier this month. Her afternoons are spent with composer Melissa Vardy, who takes her by way of “half-hour of breath work adopted by sonically aligning” the Making the Band alum with “power vibrations by way of buzzing.”

Subsequent, it’s off to the studio, the place O’Day lays it naked by getting private in her songwriting.

“My songs ‘Couple Objectives’ and ‘Unborn Love’ — which I wrote about my current miscarriage — are different rock,” she tells Us. “So I’m getting again into enjoying the guitar.”

“Unborn Love” was launched simply two weeks after O’Day revealed she suffered a miscarriage. On the observe, which dropped on March 16, the previous actuality star opens up about residing by way of “a real-life nightmare” along with her former companion amid her being pregnant.

Forward of the one’s debut, O’Day acquired candid in regards to the inventive course of — and the way being weak helped her push by way of the tough expertise.

“I made this tune for my very own remedy and for any lady on the planet who has ever suffered a miscarriage. We’re all linked by way of our expertise,” she wrote through Instagram on March 15. “I additionally wish to be clear that our circumstances are all assorted, however the grief described felt the identical.”

She added, “I maintain myself accountable on this tune, but in addition felt I wanted to be sincere about going by way of these months of being pregnant and the grief of my miscarriage with out a current companion. I actually consider that issues don’t occur to you, they occur for you. If you’re getting nearer to your imaginative and prescient that’s normally once you really feel essentially the most uncomfortable.. so finally I simply let the universe lead me on this one.”

Placing pen to paper is a every day ritual for O’Day in a number of varieties. She ends every night by journaling — one thing she picked up whereas residing in Bali.

“As I wrote my affirmations down, I noticed the motion itself launched my nervousness and left me feeling in a relaxed, constructive psychological house to go to sleep in,” she shares with Us.

Scroll right down to see what a typical day in O’Day’s life appears to be like like: