Top 5 Reasons To Smile This Week
Why stress when you can kick back and watch the cutest videos of the web? Put your feet up and treat yourself to a few minutes of totally happy things.
5. You're a wizard
This little lad thinks he's ready for Hogwarts, so please don't tell him about this thing mom and dad have called a "remote control".
4. Dogs Playing Fetch By Themselves
These sweet pups just want to have fun!
3. The Reveal to Grandpa
This man's happy tears when he learns he will be a grandpa for the v
5 Common Mistakes New Language Learners Make
Before you begin learning a language, it's good to know what NOT to do along the way. In this article, self-study coach Marta Krzeminska from LinguaLift will show you 5 common mistakes people make when learning a foreign language...
1) They Think Learning Can Be Effortless
Sorry to disappoint you, dear beginners. Regardless of the promises that your new course or book has made, there's no such thing as effortless learning. If only we could just sleep with a book under our pillo
It's Never Too Late! 5 Musicians Who Got a Late Start
These days, we hear a lot about music artists who have made a name for themselves starting from a young age - pop stars like Christina Aguilera and sibling-duo Donny and Marie Osmond, for example. But dont worry if you dont have that kind of early-on experience - its never too late to start your music career! There are a number of musicians who either did not get into music until later in life or took several years to become famous.
Here are five famous musicians who got a late start in
50+ Lifechanging Apps Every Musician Needs
Musicians, teachers, and students -- listen up! Did you know you have a wealth of resources available to help you learn scales, improve your rhythm, check your pitch, and teach you new techniques? In fact, they're all probably in your pocket or bag right now. That's right -- you can find them all on your smartphone!
Apps have come a long way in recent years, presenting new and creative ways to make your life easier. And for musicians in particular, it's convenient and easy to have tun
Should Your First Music Lessons be 30, 45, or 60 Minutes Long?
You've found a great music teacher and are ready to book - but if you're not sure how long your lessons should be, you're not alone! Read on for some helpful advice from Greensboro, NC teacher Alanna H...
When first starting music lessons, either for your child or yourself, its hard to know how long your lessons should be. Eventually many students can work up to 60-minute lessons if they want to, but where is a good place to start? Here's my advice:
30-Minute Music Lessons