I’ve been thinking a lot about my urge to sign up my children for lessons — piano lessons, Tae Kwon Do, etc. I feel extremely lucky that I can choose to provide lessons for my daughters — that I can afford to do it. Absolutely! But is it a good idea?
I’d like to hear adults’ reflections on their own experiences with lessons. If you have a minute, I’d appreciate it if you’d answer three quick questions. For these purposes, don’t consider any lessons that you, as a child, asked to take; here, I’m interested in parent-initiated lessons. Also, don’t consider religious school. Sunday school, Hebrew school, CCD, etc. are in a different category from soccer practice.
These surveys are supposed to pop up on your screen, but you may have to click the links. Not sure why…Thanks very much!
* I had a great time doing an interview on StaceyTV. You can read it or listen to it here.
* In a book group? If you’d like a copy of the reading-group discussion guide for The Happiness Project, just email me at grubin [at] gretchenrubin [.com]. (Sorry to write in that odd way; trying to thwart spammers.) Just write “reading group guide” in the subject line. I’ll send it right off.