Friday Finds #244 Best of May

 

1

Oh my goodness, this was probably one of my favorite interviews I’ve ever heard Tim Topham give. He almost had me crying!

The Interview That Made Me Cry with Gloria St. Germaine (Topcast TC278

 

2

Why Student-Led Conferences Work So Great in the Music Studio (Rosemarie Penner | The Unfinished Lesson)

 

3

A Simple, Effective, and Magical Element for Student Evaluations (Amy Chaplin | The Piano Pantry Podcast)

 

4

This video is a few years old but I just so happened to come across it recently. What a fun idea from Piano Sensei Clinton Pratt!

5

Rosemarie Trapp, whose family inspired ‘The Sound of Music,’ dies at age 93 (NPR)

 

6

How to Create a QR Code for Your Recital Program (Melody Payne)

 

7

How German Wine Makers Turned Disaster into a Good Year (CBS Sunday Morning)

 

8

Flat Tuition Payments for Private Music Lessons (Chad Twedt | Cerebroom)

 

9

7 Quotes that Forever Changed My View of Money (Joshua Becker | Becoming Minimalist)

 

10

My favorite new desk organizer caddy.

 

11

You Can Now Ask Google to Take Your Personal Data out of Search Results (NPR)

 

12

If you’re an Anne of Green Gables fan like me, you might get a kick out of this video: Life-Changing Homemaking Secrets from Anne of Green Gables.

 

13

A couple of new favorite recipes that have made it into my rotation recently:

Lemon Asparagus Couscous Salad with Tomatoes (Skinny Taste)

Sausage and Pepperoni Pizza Stuffed Peppers (Kalyn’s Kitchen)

 

14

I’ve been watching YouTube a lot lately, can you tell? LOL Here’s one more video I can’t resist sharing – Jeremy Siskind’s version of “Girl from Ipanema.”

 

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