Carly Pearce shares how she likes to decompress after a tour

by Tiffany Goldstein

7 months ago

Multi-platinum artist Carly Pearce recently (March 14) revealed how she’s taking care of her mental health after long nights on the road – and her tactics might surprise you.

In an interview with Big Machine Label Group, the ACM Female Artist of the Year said she likes to go to the grocery store and back to clear her head and relax.

“I really like going to the grocery store,” she told BMLG. “I know it sounds crazy, but it’s kind of my… when I’m relaxing, getting everything I need, coming home, cooking dinner, drinking a glass of wine. It’s a bit like that that I decompress.

The “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” singer said she tries to maintain a healthy, balanced diet. Aside from running and working out to get his endorphins flowing, Pearce generally sticks to the paleo or “caveman” diet.

The meal plan usually contains vegetables, fruits, nuts, roots, and meat. The health-conscious singer has made it her mission to stay away from processed foods. However, Pearce told her record label that she occasionally sneaks a “cheat day” and confessed that ice cream, pizza and Mexican food are her biggest weakness.

“Just anything,” she said with a laugh. “Everything. I don’t care. I love pizza, Mexican and ice cream,” she added.

When she’s not pleasing her taste buds, the award-winning musician said she usually eats boiled chicken without spices, a large serving of vegetables or steamed fish.

According to iHeart, Pearce has been following a simple diet since he was a teenager.

“My dad had a massive heart attack when I was 19,” she told the publication. “And it kind of changed the game for my family in terms of how we eat.”

While maintaining a diet and frequent trips to the grocery store to keep her sanity in tip-top shape, the blonde powerhouse announced she was gearing up for her one-night-only show at Marathon Music Works in Nashville on April 6. .

The “Inside 29: WRITTEN IN STONE LIVE FROM MUSIC CITY” concert will be filmed for a project that is slated for release in late 2022.

“I’ve been lucky enough to connect with the fans in times of sorrow and joy, especially with 29, so it’s going to be such a special night. There may be a few surprise guests, and I can’t wait to share even more of the inspiration behind these songs that have led me to a place of growth and happiness,” the hitmaker said in a previous statement.

During the event, fans of all ages will hear the stories behind his personal songs from the critically acclaimed record, “29: Written In Stone.”

A portion of ticket sales will benefit from losses from the recent tornado devastation in Taylor Mill, Ky. – Pearce’s hometown. All contributions made will go to the Music Has Value fund. Country music fanatics who aren’t in Nashville can catch Pearce touring with Kenny Chesney this summer.

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