Finding a guitar teacher for your youngster. Pixabay image, CC0.
I want to start using my acoustic guitar – it’s just collecting dust in the corner of a room here. The problem is I don’t know how to play. Slight problem! But, I could take lessons. Now I wonder, would the best guitar instructor for an adult be the same as for a child? And, what are the differences to consider for musical instructors for your kid?
There are few things more exciting than when your child decides that they want to start being involved in something creative like music. After all, plenty of hobbies for kids can be so passive that seeing them actively doing something that teaches them a fun and valuable skill is fantastic. Of course, if you want to support them in their ambitions of being a rock god, then they’re going to need a decent instructor to help them understand exactly what they’re doing. With that in mind, here are a few things to consider when trying to find the right guitar instructor for your child.
As 2018 begins, let’s reflect on how to change our lifestyles for the better. Photo via Pixabay (CC0).
It’s the time of the year to reflect on 2017. A time when we think about all the things we wished we did differently, and a time when we think about the things we want to change in 2018. New year’s resolutions aren’t always the easiest to stick to, let’s be honest. But we start the year so determined to stick to them, why does it so often go wrong? Well, the truth of the matter is this: we have no patience to do so. Take exercise for example. The gym at the start of the year is full of people with the right intentions, with the resolution to get fitter, get leaner, or just get healthier. By the end of January, the gym is back to being full of the regulars. So, when finding something you want to change about yourself, make sure you’re actually going to change it. If you’re struggling for some inspiration, there’s some here for you.