New Theme and Cornerstone, Time-Consuming but Lots of Fun!
Last Updated: January 31, 2016
Hello Everyone,I have been busy writing an article on the Early Singing Masters of the Classical Italian School. It has taken me some time to aquaint myself with Cornerstone that I used to write the article. I decided that this would be part one of a two part article evergreen content where I would feature several very famous singing masters or teachers. I am not finished with this. I plan to add my affiliate ads very soon and publish on G+ I just keep tweaking and tweaking.My family is bu
What are Some Factors That Affect CPU Speed and Performance?
Last Updated: September 14, 2015
We had a very busy week-end, up grading our computer. It is much faster than the dinosaur I was previously using. My husband went online and did a speed test this morning. The download speed was 2.68 Mbps and the upload speed was 28.7 Mbps. If anyone would like to take a minute or so to test their speed, you might try:www.speedtest.net (free)www.computercheckup.aol.com (30 days free only)www.dell.com/learn/us/en/19/campaigns/free-pc-heal...www.smartbear.com/AlertSite-performancewww.interne
So You Want to Sing for your Supper?
Last Updated: June 2, 2015
Hello Everyone,I seemed to be struggling with the Word Press today and quite possibly it may just be my old computer. I compose on my blog and save, then come back to it and I am missing words, have messed up sentences, missing whole sentences, halves of sentences with periods. When I save to go on my break, I have 914 words down at the bottom. I come back and I have 895 words. The justify doesn't seem to be working at all. OK enough complaining. If you have time, take a browse at:http://
Do You Procrastinate your Life Away?
Last Updated: May 1, 2015
Henrik in "The Positivity Blog" suggests telling yourself, "ok, only work for 2 minutes on this task today, then you can finish it another day". If 2 minutes does not get you started, then try 1 minute. The task should be done at a relaxed pace. Stay calm, relaxed and don't put any requirements into it. Make the start as easy as you can.The success he gets with this method is this: He starts at a relaxed, non-stressed pace, and continues for the two minutes. The result is that he generally