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Recently I have been trying to get more in shape. I have never been a big fan of exercising and so instead I am trying to eat healthy and natural food as part of my effective diet plan.
I have been combining my love of cooking with using fresh products and lots of vegetables. I have found already that I have more energy and am more motivated with other things in my life.
I just wanted to share this quick update with you.
How do you help to stay motivated?
When I was younger I always wanted to play guitar, but for some reason I never did.
For some strange reason I ended up learning lots of different instruments when I was at school, like the recorder and the flute. One day when I was about 11 I got the chance to take free classical guitar lessons and jumped at the chance.
I never really enjoyed it though because I was not into classical music and wanted to play pop and rock music. I figured that any guitar practise was better then none and stuck with it for the year.
Once the free lessons ended I then stopped playing for a while. I had no guitar of mine own because the one I used for my lessons was rented.
About a year later I bought my first electric guitar and began to play again. I started of self-taught using books and the Internet and then took lessons for a few months to get me up to speed.
One day, while in a music shop I saw an electric bass guitar and decided to buy it. At the time I was still having guitar lessons and so I switched my lessons to bass lessons with the same guy. He taught me the basic and I began to learn to play bass guitar.
Years later I now play bass guitar and love it! I still sometime picked up and play my electric guitar but bass is my main instrument nowadays.
So many people I know wish they could play an instrument, yet they never do…
Why not learn to play bass guitar yourself?
It is so rewarding and a lot of fun!
Stop dreaming and go for it!
Creating a sense of peace and harmony in your home is important to your happiness. If all your rooms are cluttered and messy it can cause stress even if you are not aware of it. There is also the more obvious fact that if it’s messy it is much easier to lose thing and we all know how stressful losing your keys can be when you’re just about to go out.
Something I have grown an interest in lately is that I have started to learn interior design. It’s amazing how with just a little bit of knowledge you can change a normal room into something that looks like you see in the magazines.
Here are 5 quick fixes to improve the interior design in your home and create that sense of peace.
1. Curtains - One of the easiest things you can change in any room are your curtains. They are easy to put up and can have a big impact on how the rooms in my home look.
2. Rugs – Mats and rugs are another easy way to change the feel and look of a room. They are also useful if your carpets are starting to look a bit worse for wear.
3. Bedding – Putting new duvet sets on the beds will give your bedroom a new a fresh look.
4. Throw – Putting a throw over a sofa can be a great way to changes it’s look without having to buy a new one.
5. Storage – Buying extra storage is ideal for clearing away the clutter and giving your home that clean, uncluttered look.
So there we have it, 5 quick interior design fixes for your home that won’t break the bank. So get busy and start creating a stress free home clear from clutter and mess.