A Day In The Life: Social Distancing with Chloe Tang


Hey guys! Chloe here- What a unique time to be interviewed!

I would say the skeleton of my daily routine consists of walking my dog when I wake up, eating, doing emails/work, then my day job, which is teaching piano and voice lessons. Exciting, I know. I am very fortunate to be able to teach most of my classes over FaceTime. I’m trying my best to keep a routine and still be productive…but other than that, I’ve been playing a CRAZY amount of N64, specifically this game I used to play as a kid called Pokemon Puzzle League. I think I’ve won the entire game like three times now in the last few weeks.

I also went to the dollar store with my roommate right before this all happened and stocked up on dollar store puzzles (for some reason they are all coincidentally missing at least one piece), word search books, coloring books and candy. To be honest, a part of me just wants to milk the shit out of this opportunity to do nothing and eat lots of sugar. I’ve been to the grocery store a few times and to my disappointment, have not found any blueberries which seems to be one of the biggest grocery store-related issues I’ve run into. Other than that, I’ve been snuggling my doggo, Indy (he's a pit and Rhodesian Ridgeback mix), watching Disney movies (saw Frozen for the first time) and trying my best to do at-home workouts.

Oh! I started a new Netflix series called “Kingdom” which has a “Game of Thrones” vibe but with zombies and it's set in Korea. I also bought supplies to make my own scrunchies and have yet to do that but will keep you updated when I do!

In all of this, I am just trying to check in on my friends or people I may not have talked to in a while. Being in the music industry, a lot of friendships also include business relationships, which is great but sometimes it’s good to take a step back and just be like, “How are YOU? How’s your family, how are you holding up, catch me up on things non-music related!” That is the part of all this I have enjoyed the most. Plus I have all the time in the world to FaceTime anyone and I can safely assume they have time to talk.

While practicing social distancing, watch my latest video for "Fanning the Flame":