#1
I am working on a masters degree...so I find it very tough to get into the mindset to study and play guitar.

I know basic theory, taught guitar, and have played for about 4 years. I want to get way better but just dont know how to go about balancing everything. How do you guys do it with school and work? Any advice/opinions or experiences?
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#3
You go to school, stay attentive in class, take good notes, and if you can do homework in-class DO IT. Go to work, come home, and do homework/practice guitar. Make sure to get 8 hours of sleep and 3 square meals a day. The next day, do it again.
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#5
Well I'm still in high school, and I must say that sometimes I have to punch myself in the stomach to get myself to practice. Imo, it's all about how much you want learn and your how motivated you are. I'm trying to learn music theory, jazz chord theory, blues, and many other songs and techniques. I just split up my time learning each little by little. Also making a schedule is helpful in managing your time.
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You find a spot on the floor and look at it. That way you'll be able to stand still on one leg. Helps me balance anyways.




anyway... it's hard. I found when i was doing my degree that i was basically doing well if i didn't get any worse
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