By Stephanie Ciccarelli
September 27, 2010
How much water do you drink in an average week while working as a professional voice actor?
At the Voices.com offices, we have a really neat water cooler that dispenses cold and hot water. Every couple of weeks, a water service comes to our office and removes the empty bottles, replacing them with more aqua... just how much more, I'll let you discover!
I'm really curious to hear about your water consumption habits too. Be sure to comment and let us know!
Water is very important. Being hydrated is not only a healthy thing but it also keeps you going strong when using your voice, whether you're on the phone talking to a customer, are auditioning or recording a gig.
At Voices.com, we consume approximately 10 gallons of water as a team over the course of a week.
Each bottle that we receive contains 5 gallons of water. Between the 12 of us here, we go through 2 of these bottles each week, effectively consuming 10 gallons of water over the course of 5 business days.
Some of this water is consumed as is while many also use it for tea thanks to the handy water heating option.
Now that I've shared what our water consumption is like, how much water, whether it be straight from the tap, boiled for tea or otherwise do you consume in your studio on a given day or week?
Spritzer bottles count too! Don't forget those when tabulating your consumption.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
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