The Two Year Mark, Part 2
Last week, I spent my entire blog reflecting on the need to chase and share beauty with others during this current pandemic, including the celebration of the full-time piano studio turning two years old. A good, true, and beautiful thing, indeed!
Now, I'm making part two of this series a comparison of what goals I had listed at the one year mark, just to see what has and hasn't been accomplished. And then I'll write down my goals for the coming year.
In short, this blog post is the nuts and bolts review of what's been happening in the studio. For myself, I know that if I don't write my goals out, they are more than likely not going to happen, so here we go!
Last year's goals for 2019 into 2020:
1. Create summer camp curriculum as a supplement to piano lessons during June and July
This did and did not happen, in a way. Although I was unable to create a studio camp over the summer, I was hired to create a summer camp for toddlers for a local Parks and Rec group and got to channel my most Leslie Knope self!
2. Continue to grow my Skype studio to provide flexibility for those families with unique schooling schedules
Who knew that in 2020, my entire studio would move to online lessons to accommodate the coronavirus. Huge kudos to my piano families for their flexibility in these difficult times. I've thankfully been able to keep the studio open and running through the use of Skype, FaceTime, and Zoom.