Aug
06
2014

One day at a time

One of the realities of working alone is that you can lose track of time. Sometimes that’s a good thing, but not when you also lose track of what day it is. (Read More…)

Jul
29
2014

Egg on my face

If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing it right. It’s easy to take that too far, though. At least, it is for me. (Read More…)

Jul
23
2014

Food for thought

I don’t often eat in the shop. Now I know why. (Read More…)

Jul
15
2014

Child’s play

I really like woodworking; if you’re reading this, so do you. Been a while since I literally had fun in the shop, though. Yesterday, I did. (Read More…)

Jul
08
2014

Over a barrel

It’s sad when Mom & Pop stores and older businesses disappear in the modern world. Sometimes, though, they don’t disappear permanently. (Read More…)

Jul
01
2014

Making the pitch

The key to sales is promotion, and the key to good promotion is making your work – and yourself – look almost too good to be true. How do you do it? (Read More…)

Jun
27
2014

Scarred for life

Woodworking has been in my blood for years. And, as the saying goes, I’ve got the scars to prove it. (Read More…)

Jun
23
2014

The perfect gift

So how many of you woodworking fathers were gifted with woodworking-themed presents for Father’s Day? (Read More…)

Jun
18
2014

Dust to dust

I’m gloriously pleased with my recently completed shop dust collection system. Which has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that I think I’m going to redo it. (Read More…)

Jun
11
2014

Prints charming

If you keep up with current events, you know that 3-D printing is all the rage. Well, big yawn. Woodworkers have been doing that for years. (Read More…)