Hello from Oregon!
I thought it would be fun to show you a peek from behind the scenes. I love working on this project 1st thing in the morning when the rest of the house is asleep.
I have an old computer that is holding on for dear life and I only turn it on when I must retrieve a specific file so that is why they are both out today. Usually, I just have my single laptop open.
I made a DIY stand-up desk from a storage crate from IKEA for about $8 (vs. the $200+ fancy ones available elsewhere). My coffee cup fits perfectly in these built-in sections. I got on the stand-up desk craze a couple of years ago for health benefits but as you can see, my cats totally take over my chair anytime I leave the room so the whole situation keeps them happy and me a little healthier.
Today's to-do list:
+ Cook lunch, clean the kitchen, do some laundry, call my sister who just had a baby, exercise, walk the dog, go to the post-office to mail my mother's birthday present, write thank you notes for a prize I recently won (that is where my new speakers from), a little violin practice (open strings mostly) and do a bit of physical therapy for my back and arm........
OK, that is a small snippet of what goes into Music for Young Violinists. I gave myself until the end of August to work on this until my heart's desire but have to shift gears and review Pathophysiology and Pharmacology beginning September 1.
Bye for now,
Hi! It's me, Heather. I absolutely love working on the Music for Young Violinists project and all the many facets: blogging, website, music, teaching materials, freebies, videos, newsletter and giveaway contests. The best part is connecting with you so feel free to drop me a line. You can learn more about me on the "ABOUT" page. Thanks!