Welcome back Angela. I joined sometime after your last submission and am glad to hear that you are back at it, and glad to hear you are feeling better. You joined October 1 and presumably had been playing prior to finding this great site, so this advice may or may not apply:
1) Practicing for even 10 to 15 minutes per day, every day, is better than practicing sporadically for long periods of time. I have a bit of difficulty with this observation because it takes me at least 20 minutes just to do warm up exercises, but in fact if that is all you do then you will be steadily improving, especially if you remain focused.
2) It takes at least 2 or 3 months for a habit to become ingrained. In other words, it can take a concerted effort and discipline to sit down and do the 15 minutes on the guitar...but only for the first few months. After that it simply becomes what you do...a normal part of your daily routine.
3) If you only get 10 to 15 minutes of practice you might become discouraged because the warm up exercises are too easy and/or because you are not initially warmed up you don't play the pieces as well as you know you are able. It can even feel like you are getting worse. In this case don't be hard on yourself. Do the pieces slowly and concentrate on one or two elements, such as placing your fingers immediately behind the frets or alternating the tempo to make the music more, well, musical rather than just playing notes. End the session with something you know well and enjoy playing, but try to play it better than you have ever played it before. This is your reward for doing the work. Know that you will progress rapidly and will soon be playing better than you thought possible.
I look forward to hearing your next submissions.
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