Four Simple Ways to Take Out Time to Play Ukulele

And you thought you could never do anything special to learn this instrument at your own pace?

Think again! There are hundreds of things that you do in a day, but not all of those things are as important as learning to play Ukulele and playing it as a professional. If you really want to know how to play ukulele like an extremely professional and expert person, you have got to focus on learning as well as practicing it.

’But I have no time!’ you say. Don’t you worry – here is a list of the top four things that you do almost every day; these things can be replaced by playing this beautiful instrument:

1.Stop watching the same news over and over again; instead of watching TV, play ukulele. We often spend at least two to three hours in a day watching TV; it is quite easy for you to take out at least an hour out of your TV time. The moment you think of watching TV, look at your instrument, grab it by its beautiful neck and start playing it!

2.Don’t spend a whole lot of time on the phone,your friends can wait but your instrument can’t. Study has shown that we waste 4 hours of our lives on the phone everyday. While some of us are addicted to talking over the phone, there are others who are addicted to free-message or chatting apps. We also spend time on reading emails, watching movies and playing music with our mobile phones. If really you want to find time to play ukulele, you have to take that phone off your hands.

3.Instead of watching a movie this weekend, why not spend time on your favorite instrument and practice it a little more. If you really want to practice more and you are trying your best to find time to play your favorite instrument, skip your weekend movie this time and spend the same time on ukulele.

4.If Facebook is grabbing all of your time, a little bit of time can be invested on your instrument as well: We all know how addicted we are to this social networking giant. But is it really worth all your day? Some people invest five hours updating their status messages, sharing pictures and commenting on Facebook; taking out an hour from these five hours should not be a major problem for you!

 

 

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