At the age of 35 I've decided to learn a bit of playing piano. My music background is very poor but as a teenager I use to play a guitar (could play not bad a few well recognized songs) however I always wanted to learn some basics of piano as I love this instrument.
I know that it is quite late to start but also that nothing is impossible, and with appropriate effort I would be able to play 'something' before I get retired :)
I've tried to arrange some teacher for 1h a week to give me some idea what should I practice for whole week but it is impossible in my area. Mainly because either tutors are only considering children or it is impossible to arrange time when I am not working but I don't want to make it a reason that I would give up so early.
I know where the tunes are on the sheet and I can immediately press them on the keyboard (in tempo is a different story) and I've learned how to play a C major scale using both hands in parallel (always better than nothing :).
Is there something what you could recommend me for practice for the first three months? I know that often people hates to play the scales - I don't mind to practice them for three months if that's the best way to start. Furthermore, I've really liked that when something what appeared to be simply at the beginning gets quickly complicated when I've tried to use two hands at the same time :)
If you could guide me how should my first three month period look like it would be really helpful. To be clear - I'm not planning to be a concert pianist but rather to be able to play some simple songs after a significant time of training :)
I do have a Kawai KDP 110, around 2 hours a day for practice and high motivation.