1. Drink a lot of water. With lemon, especially first thing in the morning.
3. Warm up before doing any significant amount of speaking.
5. Stretch your body out, and engage your hips to center yourself and get your energy flowing.
6. Practice moving your pelvic core. This is more useful for singing than talking, but it helps to align your body and make long form reading easier.
7. Deep breathe as many times as you can stand.
8. Tongue twisters. Commit a bunch to memory.
9. Obstruction exercises. I use a wine cork that I don't wash often enough.
10. Go to work. Do your books, turn in auditions, practice being on top of the things you need to be on top of. Blog. Otherwise, you'll start storing up the regret in your body until you need to see a chiropractor. Embrace routines, relax the body, and your voice will likely benefit in some way...and drink a cup of throat coat at the end of the day. There.