While working on one of my speaking sessions, newly available this year, I discovered a highly useful tool on Canva.
It’s a Color Wheel. You can input one color, and it will give you a variety of other colors that can be used in combination with that color. This would be super useful if you had a studio or brand logo with a color and you wanted to add more colors to it.
Canva is part of my daily work flow. While working on slides however, I wasn’t sure at first how I could use their slide templates but then easily change the color scheme without changing each item one by one. I knew there had to be a solution. As always, I just had to Google it! The place to do it is at the bottom of the page and I didn’t even see it until I read about it.
How to Quickly Update All Colors in Canva with Just One Click | Anchor Design Co.
I purchased this and another book for the first time on ThriftBooks.com. It was a great way to get a book in good condition for half the price! Reduce, reuse, recycle!
In the first chapter of the above mentioned book, Lamott mentions The Merton Prayer, a beautiful, raw prayer we can all relate to at some point if not frequently in life. I printed it out immediately.
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If you could call the feel of something “delicious,” this is it!
Practical advice from Jennifer Foxx: Opening a Zip File
White Bean Pumpkin Turkey Chili | Skinny Taste
Thanks to Christina Whitlock for recommending this recipe. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed it and will definitely make again!
Does getting students to sightread feel like pulling teeth at times? Consider Rebekah Maxner’s idea of a “YOYO” assignment instead.
P.S. Guess who’s going to be in the next Teacher Talk episode (#45) of The Piano Pantry Podcast?! 🙂
Should Piano Students Memorize Their Repertoire? | Janna Williamson
In high school I remember being the fastest typist in my computer class. There were two reasons I was successful with typing early on. First, I taught myself to type on my parents electric typewriter in middle school. Second, it has to be because of piano lessons too, would you agree?
Awhile back, I saw piano teacher Clinton Pratt share a link on Facebook for a free typing test. I hadn’t taken a test since high school so I thought it would be fun.
I’m happy to report those fingers still do me well – 97WPM, 99% accuracy. Wahoo! So fun.