I partly own a Montessori and I have been teaching music for 16 years.
When I watch any movie at the cinema I'm sure to fall asleep. But also, while others might love a night out all dolled up and dressed up to the nines, I'd much rather kick off my heels, put on my jammies, make a nice cup of tea and 'nua' with the family on the couch.
Like a typical working mother, my day starts with getting the kids ready for school (including the husband - for work) and ensuring the house is in a good state for when I get back. After a long day of teaching children, nothing beats coming home to a clean house.
My relationship with my father.
As cliched as it may sound, when I look at my family, I know why I do what I do and, of course, with a lot of G.R.I.T. (more about that later).
I cannot live without my Phone and sufficient data! And also my husband. I didn't marry him for his looks. I married him because he's quite handy and 'street savvy'. LOL!
These days, information is readily available on the internet. Do your research, talk to people who are already in the industry to see whether this field is what you want to go into. And since it's music, some kind of talent is required. There isn't a specific book or documentary that I can recommend just yet.
It's not what I am working on right now, but what I am working towards. And that is to eventually build a creative arts school.
"Defying Gravity" from the musical Wicked.
G.R.I.T - (G)row yourself - R- be (R)eal - I- Be (I)nspired to inspire -T have (T)enacity.