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How To Find More Time For Practice


Finding time to practice is one of the most difficult struggles we face on a daily basis. Let's talk about some different ways to add it into your day..



Finding time to practice guitar can be a challenge, especially if you have a busy schedule. However, with a little creativity and planning, it is possible to carve out more time for practice. Here are some tips:


  • Create a schedule: Set aside a specific time each day for guitar practice and make it a non-negotiable part of your routine. Even if it's only for 15-20 minutes, consistent daily practice can help you make progress over time.


  • Break it up: If you don't have a lot of time for practice, try breaking it up into smaller chunks throughout the day. For example, you could practice for 10 minutes in the morning, 10 minutes during lunch break, and 10 minutes in the evening.


  • Make it a priority: Treat your guitar practice like any other important commitment, such as a work meeting or doctor's appointment. Put it on your calendar and make sure other activities don't interfere with it.


  • Multitask: If you have downtime during the day, such as when commuting or waiting in line, use that time to practice on a portable guitar or practice finger exercises.


  • Cut out distractions: Limit time spent on social media or watching TV, and use that time instead for practice.


  • Be efficient: Use your practice time effectively by focusing on specific techniques or songs that need improvement. This can help you make the most of the time you have available.


Remember, even a little bit of practice each day can add up over time and help you make progress on your guitar playing. With these tips, you can find more time to practice and achieve your musical goals.

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