Alzheimer's disease can definitely be devastating for the individual suffering from the condition as well as for their family members and friends. Alzheimer's disease can bring on a wide range of emotions for them and for their loved ones, especially those who provide care on a daily basis. If you are taking care of an elderly family member who has Alzheimer's, you may benefit from incorporating music in your daily routine.
3 January 2018
When you form a rock band at any age, it's tempting to play cover songs. Doing so is a good idea, as each member can learn the music individually, and then you can get together to jam on what you've learned. Additionally, if you're going to be playing at house parties or other gatherings, being able to perform some tunes that people already know will always go over well. However, if you're serious about your band and want to make a name for yourself, you'll need to eventually move into creating original music, and this can initially present a bit of a challenge.
27 December 2017
If you want your wedding to be a more personalized experience for you and your spouse-to-be as well as for your family and friends, you may be considering having a backyard wedding. After all, everyone will feel more comfortable and at home if they're in familiar surroundings, and as an added benefit, you'll save on the cost of renting a reception venue. Casual backyard weddings can be great, but even they need a little structure in order to make them shine.
27 December 2017
Divorce can take a toll on your life and on the lives of your children. You may eventually learn to cope with the dissolution of your marriage, but some or all of your children may struggle with the changes in their lives. Unless your children learn to cope with the divorce, the stress they feel now can overwhelm them later in life. Music is one way to help your children cope with life's ups and downs.
19 December 2017