Friday Finds #267



I was so excited to see Sheet Music Plus’s updated website! I think they still have a few kinks to iron out, but it feels much cleaner, modern, and up-to-date.



A good topic in this day and age: Media Literacy in a Digital World (The Newsworthy)



A fall soup/bread combo you MUST make this season!

3 Sisters Fall Harvest Soup

I like to fry up 1 lb. cubed smoked sausage (like Kielbasa) first before adding all the other ingredients.

We first discovered this soup in a steak house in South Dakota. The name is derived from the practice of some indigenous communities that planted corn, squash, and beans (the “Three Sisters”) side-by-side because they helped each other grow when planted next to each other.

This Molasses Brown Bread was sooo easy and paired perfectly with the soup.



Thanks to Joy Morin’s early prompting, I purchased these wooden sheet music ornaments for my students for Christmas. Here’s her blog post from last year, where she featured them.

Here’s a peek at what I did for my students over the past two years.



Are you still on the lookout for Christmas music? Check out these resources:

Top-10 Must-Have Christmas Books for Piano Students (Creative Piano Teacher)

Trusty Christmas Favorites: Repertoire I Return To Year After Year (Amy Chaplin)

Christmas Collaborations: Recommended Piano Ensemble Music (Amy Chaplin)

Christmas By Ear: 8 Tunes to Harmonize (Amy Chaplin)



I’ve been through a few olive oil bottles over the years, but this one will be my last. I love the small size and the pour spout that doesn’t drip oil. It even has two pour speeds!

OXO Good Grips 12-oz Precision Pour Glass Oil Dispenser




A compilation of professional recordings to accompany Jane Magrath’s Encore! series. (Janna Williamson)



Here’s one of my custom playlists on Spotify to spice up your Thanksgiving mood.



An updated list from Jennifer Foxx on podcasts for music educators to follow. (Music Educator Resources)



9 Types of Clothes in Your Closet You Can De-Clutter Immediately (Becoming Minimalist)



A REALLY good movie worth catching! Love at First Sight (Netflix)

“Two strangers connect on a flight to London, only to be separated by a twist of fate. A reunion seems improbable — but love has a way of defying the odds.”

Even my husband enjoyed it. The two main characters have fantastic chemistry on screen that makes your heart soar for them! LOL



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