A guide for my piano students who are moving to online lessons on a temporary basis. I hope this post helps other students who are moving to online learning.
The set-up in this post is basic and at no extra cost, for students who don’t want to spend on setting up for online lessons. It is meant for my students who usually learn in-studio, and take online lessons just once in a way. Or who move to online lessons on a temporary basis for a short period of time, and will return to in-studio lessons after that.
It’s time to take precautions so that COVID19 doesn’t spread, and be safe.
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To be a better wife,
I need a husband who’s here.
Here, helping at home with the chores,
Sharing the work so that I can have more,
Giving me time to relax just by being there. Continue reading To Be A Better Wife, Indian Lockdown Song Lyrics
Lookin’ heavy but feeling light,
A spring in her step because she feels alright.
More on her middle and less junk on her face,
It drives many women crazy, this acceptance of age.
That pursuit of youth, it’s a really huge business,
Keeps the doctors working – fills hospitals and clinics.
But chemical free is HER way, and she feels
It will keep her away from autoimmune disease.
2016 was a good year
It’s the year I decided to go chemical free with home and personal care products, after I was diagnosed with an inflamed thyroid and treated with steroids for a few months, until my tests went back to normal.
I made this decision after I read The Thyroid Cure by Michelle Corey. Continue reading Keep Her Away From Autoimmune Disease
When you’re stuck in the home, and it’s not your turf,
And all you need is a quiet place so you can log on to work.
When things are done someone else’s way,
And you feel that you don’t have any say. Continue reading How To Have Things Done YOUR Way At Home
Many are struggling with Stay-At-Home Blues, and are finding it hard to stay positive during this enforced Covid19 Lockdown.
I work from home and have had a few years packed with many activities at home – work, hobbies as well as running my home. Often these past years, just getting out of the house has been an effort for me. So, while this lockdown meant I had to restructure my daily routine because my husband and I are both at home, the stay-at-home part has not been all that bad for me.
We took some days to figure out our work spaces, so that both of us can work without disurbance, and it’s been quite nice.
So, here 5 tips that will help you enjoy the Stay-At-Home Blues :
Continue reading 5 Tips To Help You Enjoy The Stay-At-Home Blues
My husband and I have lived without a maid often, mostly because I would rather that, than have a maid who works badly. And because when I have a good maid, I happily give her long leave whenever she needs it. I’d rather have one person work for me permanently, than keep switching maids each year.
The times without a maid have always been a struggle for me, until recently. We made a lot of changes at home, and I reorganised my workflow, trying different ways, until I found something that works.
So, here’s 8 tips to help you live comfortably without a maid.
Continue reading 8 Tips To Help You Live Comfortably Without A Maid
She’s new to the building and here’s what they say,
She has a career, and is out at work all day.
Comes home late from the office, is NEVER around,
To chat with the women, when they all gather down. Continue reading Microwave Madam