Hark! The herald angels sing... more harmoniously by following our suggestions
While these tips won’t magically gift you the voice of an angel, they will improve what you’ve got, or at least make you more confident about it.
Take the stand
Singing is a lot about breathing. Stand with legs apart, chest lifted up, and shoulders back to help with air flow.
Step away from the egg nog. Water keeps vocal cords hydrated and happy.
To create air space within your mouth, your tongue should be forward, touching your bottom teeth; your mouth open (long, not wide).
Singing with others is great for aspiring improvers – listen to other voices to work out when you’re getting it right. Resist the opportunity to belt it out – mid-volume is better.
... and keep going
Stronger voices come with practice, so keep carolling, whether in the shower or the car, and by next year you should be ding donging merrily on high.