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27 Dec

What’s My Age Again (Instrumental) – Blink 182

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What’s My Age Again – Blink 182 – Lyrics

What’s My Age Again?
Blink-182
Album Enema Of The State (1999) , Track 5 ,
Greatest Hits (2005) , Track 5

I took her out, it was a Friday night
I wore cologne to get the feeling right
We started making out and she took off my pants
But then I turned on the TV

And that’s about the time she walked away from me
Nobody likes you when you’re twenty-three
And are still more amused by TV shows
What the hell is ADD?
My friends say I should act my age
What’s my age again?
What’s my age again?

Then later on, on the drive home
I called her mom from a pay phone
I said I was the cops
And your husband’s in jail
This state looks down on sodomy

And that’s about the time that bitch hung up on me
Nobody likes you when you’re twenty-three
And are still more amused by prank phone calls
What the hell is caller ID?
My friends say I should act my age
What’s my age again?
What’s my age again?

(Musical Solo)

And that’s about the time she walked away from me
Nobody likes you when you’re twenty-three
And you still act like you’re in Freshman year
What the hell is wrong with me?
My friends say I should act my age
What’s my age again?

And that’s about the time she broke up with me
No one should take themselves so seriously
With many years ahead to fall in line
Why would you wish that on me?
I never want to act my age
What’s my age again?
What’s my age again?

What’s my age again?

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06 Apr

Earning more cash as a private music instrumental instructor

Private instrumental tutors are not the most wealthy people in the world Its unfortunate, but true that the person who teaches violin probably earns less than the person who delivers your mail or collects your garbage.

Why would that be? ’m sure that at least in part music teachers choose the career because of the satisfaction and enjoyment of it. Music teachers always end up not earning as much as other professionals because they are very generous when it comes to giving refunds or crediting lessons, and they don’t want to overstretch the amount of time they can realistically teach.

The purpose of this article is not to argue the amount that music teachers should be paid, it is simply to provide a few alternative ways of thinking that might help them increase their income.

Here are four things that you can do as a private music teacher if you really want to increase your income:

Can you package your lessons in a different way? Can students pay you on a monthly, rather than weekly basis? Can you offer specialized services at an increased rate? Can you offer a music theory class as well as their private lesson?

Why not offer to sell their music theory books in addition to their lessons? Can you write your own theory book (or purchase one with reprint rights) and bind it up for the students for a few dollars extra? You can also purchase books in bulk from the internet and charge the students for it. I’m sure that for saving the inconvenience of going to the store the parents will not mind spending a few more dollars with you.

Can you add a side business at home? Parents and students in your music studio will be very interested in a little multi-level marketing type business. These are easy to start with very little money and can be lots of fun. There are many businesses to choose from including vitamins, educational materials and greeting cards. Parents in your music school will be interested in these services if they know you offer them – why would they buy their vitamins from elsewhere if they can get them at the same time as the music lessons? The parents really want to support you. I’m not suggesting you join one of these businesses to sign up everyone else you know as a distributor – just start selling one or two products.

Retaining your students is one of the most important factors for music teachers. If you want to keep your income high, then its important that you fill your studio every day, and have a waiting list for students. The single best way that I know to do this is to make your music lessons FUN! Once you do this simple thing the students will be there eagerly week after week, and never want to stop! It can be as simple as adding a five minute game into the end of each lesson, or calling the same activities you were doing before “games”!

I hope that these ideas give you some insights and help to earn a few more dollars as a private music teacher.

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