How do you make more room for music?
You loved music and you still love it. You have created a mental note on your “if-time-write-list”: learn music, give music more space. But family, daily life, work, household, your many other hobbies don’t give you time to really deal with them. You put it off until later. Go upstairs when there’s finally nothing left to do. I’m afraid; I have to satisfy you. It doesn’t work that way. That’s no more likely than eating fries and lying in bed watching Netflix and waiting for the scale to tip over. Believe me, I’ve tried. Who has the chips. There will be no time when you will waste a lot of time. Because after a time window opens, you fill it with other things. So what can you do to have time to relearn 풀싸롱 and make more room for music?
How do you make room for music in your life?
Make an informed decision. It may sound trivial. But if you make a conscious choice now to learn music, it will happen.
Thinking about your dreams and ambitions
You see, you still don’t really sing, but the more you know about what you want, the easier it will be to do it later. Take a notebook or note-taking app – of your choice – and write down your answers and thoughts to the following questions:
Do you really want to learn music or just dream about it?
Even if you answer that you just like to dream, you would do well to know that. This saves you a lot of time and you can sometimes dream quietly. But now without pressure and stress, because you know you’ve had enough of the idea. Then you don’t even need to make an appointment. It is important to be clear.
When you realize you really want more than just following your dreams, ask yourself WHY do you want to learn music? Why is it important to you that you want to make more room for music? Write down all the reasons you can think of. The more the better. Because the more reasons you have, the more likely you are to stick with it, even though you may not have that much motivation.
Here are some tips to get you started:
Do you already sing for yourself or in a group and do you have technical problems or do you feel overwhelmed after a performance?
- Do you want to do something beautiful for yourself?
- Want to impress others with your voice?