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Updated: Jun 3, 2022

Kids are inherently creative. Having been homeschooled myself, I know firsthand that one of the strengths of homeschool education is the ability to cater curriculum to an individual child’s interests.

Growing up, I always loved the creative process, whether it was building Lego bricks, or drawing, or listening to stories. There’s always been something in me that is inspired by making things. When I was 11, my parents started me in classical guitar lessons. At first I wasn’t sure if that was what I wanted to do. There were other styles of guitar that seemed a lot “cooler,” but that soon changed. I quickly found that playing guitar was more than just regurgitating notes on a page. It was a creative process with endless possibilities. I could learn my favorite songs, learn ones I’d never heard before, or just write my own. I loved it so much, I ended up pursuing a degree in guitar performance in college and making a career out of music.

Looking back, I am so thankful for the ways my home school education allowed me to pursue creativity in my own way, and I’m grateful to my parents who supported me along the way. At the end of the day, my goal when teaching music lessons is to develop that creative spark that everyone has and to share the joy of making something!

If you’re interested in learning more, check out and send me a message! I look forward to hearing from you.

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