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Calculations for the New Year

It's easy to let a practice day slip by, isn't it? What's one day, anyway?

Well, let's think about it. What is one day?

Practicing the Piano

Above you see a simple list of days one could practice in a year. Of course, one would need to factor in vacation and all of that, but let's pretend your New Year's resolution is to save money this year and have more staycations than before. As you can see, every day counts.

So when it comes time to perform, the student that practiced the required five days a week is probably going to feel much better about performing than the person playing only three days a week. The student playing five days a week gets almost a whopping 100 more days of practice a year!

A little math. A big deal.