Finding your aesthetic

What is your aesthetic? I think that everyone has a certain inclination towards patterns, colors, or fonts. For me, I’ve been really liking a simple design. I don’t want things to be complicated. And nothing is more pleasing to the eye than seeing things with a simple design. That may not be your cup of tea. And that’s okay. However, if you don’t know what you like right away, just spend the time exploring with different colors and designs.

What I don’t recommend is copying other people. Believe it or not, people are usually really bothered when they find people that are copying them. We spend so much time thinking of creative ideas and creating our own space on the internet… and there are those that use it without giving credit. That’s why I highly recommend using the time to find what you like. It will be much more worth your time when you create things that you actually like 🙂

Aesthetic. It’s something that you go by. When you have a webpage, for example, you have the ability to design things the way that you want. And when you create more content, it’s important to stick to that aesthetic. When you do that, things are cohesive and they look more put together. Below are some examples of what my aesthetic looks like right now:

How do I describe it? I just like it. I love flowers prints and galaxy designs. It’s calm and relaxing. But it’s not something that I copied from other people. It’s what I discovered that I like. And I don’t care if anyone likes it or not. Hopefully this helps you discover what you like too. Don’t forget to also have fun too!

A Teacher’s Set Up

This is one of the biggest questions I have for piano teachers. I am so curious as to how teachers are setting up their piano keys for their young students. For me, I am using different colors to get students to see which hands they need to use when playing the piano. The yellow is for the left hand and green is for the right hand.

I also have the stars for my newer students that are learning Twinkle Twinkle Little Star 🙂

I hope this was helpful! Leave any comments if you have tips on what to do to enhance the piano teaching experience for young students!