Monthly Archives: December 2015

Merry Christmas…any new year’s resolutions?

Hi all, first of sall I’ like to wish you all a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! I hope you all got what you wanted, as long as it was a guitar.

January is always a busy time for me, for one main reason…new year’s resolutions! I think learning an instrument (or getting better at one) must be near the top of the list of most common resolutions, which certainly suits me fine!

There’s a good reason for this though, learning an instrument is one of the most rewarding things you can do, whatever age it is. It’s great for stimulating developing brains, as well as preserving brain power for the older generation. It is also a great way to relax, and this makes it particularly rewarding for anyone with a stressful job, or general high levels of stress / anxiety in their lives. Finally, I think it’s particularly rewarding for retired people, or anyone with more time on their hands, as it’s a much better way to pass the time than just watching TV or feeling bored!

Anyway, those wanting lessons should get in quick, as I’m expecting to be very busy in a few weeks time!

See you soon,

Paul