GUEST POST by Rebecca Fuller of LearnFluteOnline.com
What can I accomplish in 15 minutes?
Well... it all depends on which 15 minutes you are asking me about. I have certain “15 minutes” windows of time where I am like a lump on a log and other times I can whisk my whole entire main floor into ship-shape.
What are the differences between these little snippits of time? As a highly motivated person striving to raise highly motivated children, I have had to analyze this often.
First, I am a goal setter. Second, I am a goal accomplisher.
I have home-taught my children to a very high-level of proficiency on several different instruments. I’m not kidding when I say that I work concertos with 9 year olds, and that they love it.
What’s the secret to my success? 15 minutes. That’s it. I can take 15 minutes and set everything else in the world aside and put and extremely concentrated effort into making sure my child and I have a positive experience in music learning.
Where has this gotten us? I don’t think this blog post could be long enough to list all of the benefits and amazing fun we have had over the years as a performing family.
It’s 15 minutes a day working towards an effort for a positive experience between you and your child. Desire to have more positive experiences grow from here.
And, children are never too young to start a lifetime of positive experiences.
You can find Rebecca teaching online with passion and organized to the hilt at: http://LearnFluteOnline.com where she helps all ages hone their musical skill by using the beautiful instrument flute in a step-by-step, affordable, online approach.
Thank you Rebecca for sharing with us here!
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Dee Trope married her hero (John) in 1993. They homeschool 3 teenagers, Manboy (98), Fashionista (00) and RoboBoy (01). RoboBoy and Dee both have Aspergers Syndrome, also known as High Functioning Autism. Dee is a Jesus Freak who loves to crochet and write. She is also a runner. She runs about 3 miles 3 times a week and has participated in numerous 5K races. Her goal is to increase her distance to 10k and eventually be able to run a half marathon. Dee considers herself to be a “geek in training”. As an Aspie, Dee is generally happy to stay home, but loves keeping in touch with her friends via Facebook and Instant Messaging.
You might find her on Facebook (her favorite social media), G+, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, or even Youtube! She keeps a personal blog in which she shares from her quiet times. You can find it at http://dee-lightfullmoments.