The crops are coming down, the air is getting cooler, pumpkin carving is underway, and candy may be in our near future.
Have a great weekend!
After trying various erasable pens over the years for writing in student’s music, I’ve finally given up on them. They just don’t write nicely and they don’t last.
Good old lead pencils and Erasable, Twistable Colored Pencils (even those that don’t have erasers on them will still erase) are my writing tools of choice.
After having students constantly break the lead on “clicky” pencils, I went on the search for stronger ones and found the BIC X-tra Strong Mechanical Pencil (0.9mm). No breaks so far!
Streamline your piano teaching schedule for COVID-19 (Rebekah Maxner)
There’s No Such Thing as ‘Quality’ Time (Ryan Holiday | Medium)
Holiday Recital Alternative: Musical Advent Calendar (Compose Create)
Creating a home that feels like Fall (The Nester)
Storing your games in clear plastic A4 envelopes is a great way to organize them. I’ve found, however, that if I print the game instructions on a letter-size paper then laminate it, the instructions don’t fit in the envelope.
So, I recently purchased Expandable Clear Plastic Folder/Envelopes. They were the perfect solution!
Blueberry Baked Oatmeal (Cookie + Kate)
Roasted Butternut Squash (Minimalist Baker)
Jalapeno Cheese Grits with Jammy Eggs and Bacon (the Kitchn)
(1-2 jalapenos were enough for us!)
The New Christmas Lab Video Series (Piano Pantry)
This time in Piano Pantry history: