Friday Finds

Pack ‘n Roll, Peaches, and Politicians

 

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Last night I hosted my third (now annual!) Studio 88 outdoor picnic performance. I couldn’t plan and pack everything I need for my student recitals without this sturdy pack-n-roll. They’re made as rolling “tool boxes,” but are perfect for packing extension chords, boxes of awards, and more. What I love most is that it easily folds up flat for storage.

 

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My favorite fruits include pears, strawberries, bananas, raspberries, and peaches. Have you ever wondered What the Difference is Between Freestone and Clingstone Peaches?

 

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I love unique posts for piano teachers that aren’t just about our usual round of resources, printables, marketing, etc. Here’s one from Leila | What We Can Learn from the Parents of Condoleezza Rice, Pianist, and Politician.

 

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Interested in learning more about Van Cliburn? 4D Piano shared a great post full of books, podcasts, and movies to help you learn more. Discover Van Cliburn.

 

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3 Useful Styles of Lesson Plans for Piano Teachers | Colourful Keys.

 

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A delightful short story for summer from The New Yorker: Our Perfect Summer.

 

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I don’t know people get through with the small little freezers on most refrigerator/freezer units. Us “country” folk always have a deep freeze to keep our bulk meat purchases. We stock up on venison each hunting season, and I like to keep plenty of ground pork, turkey, and bone-in skin on chicken breast and thighs on hand. If you have to get by with just a small freezer though, here’s a great tip to help make some extra room!

 

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Tahini-Date Salted Caramels.

 

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