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The Shelter The Shelter Home About Me Contact Privacy Policy December 5, 2016November 29, 2016 Some Things Really are Best Left to Professionals You have all no doubt seen an eyeglass repair kit. The tools are quite small. There is the tiniest little screw driver and even tinier replacement nuts. I just stare at everything in wonder. Even smaller is a watch repair kit. Not many people have them because some things are best left to the pros. I say this because I tried to fix my broken watch with disastrous results. I am handy around the house, and even counsel others in DIY projects, but this one is not my forte. I misassumed that my talents could extend farther afield. I was sorely disappointed. Take my word for it and don’t waste your time unless it is a simple matter of replacing a dead battery. Anything else will be beyond your skills. And you will have to be sure you get the right one. It’s okay to dabble in a bit of plumbing or appliance rewiring, maybe light electrical work, but a watch is a different animal. None of the same principles apply. Unless you take a class in watch repair, it is better left to others. I have always touted the ability to do things on your own. You learn by trial and error. Plus, there are numerous YouTube videos that will instruct you in anything from fixing a roof, to installing a pool or installing a new battery in your watch – but don’t necessarily think of watch repair as a way to save money. If you muck it up, it will end up costing more. So, my advice on DIY has a clear limit. I am offering words of caution only today. I tried to fix my watch because I need it every day and depend on its accuracy and reliability. If you take it to the repair shop, it could end up taking weeks to come back to you. I wanted to be efficient and save time. I can’t be without my timepiece even for a few days. Money is always an issue as well. But despite these motives, I must say that I failed miserably. To get my confidence back, I am going to put in new track lighting and an updated kitchen faucet. The watch repair kit is going back into the drawer. I will soon be back on track with my regular routine. It is fun to try new things and have a challenge now and then. I now know that these challenges should be in the construction and building realm. There is always a lot more to learn and is a supremely practical enterprise. I am pleased to say that this is a field in which I excel. I counsel everyone to try their hand at something around the house. You feel useful as you develop a new hobby. I built a guest house for a friend from the foundation up. With a project like this, you cover all the traditional bases. You never run out of things to do when you are a pro at DIY. October 30, 2016September 6, 2016 A Builder’s Flat Feet Who doesn’t run around all day, squashing their poor feet in ill-fitting shoes, those you can’t toss because you paid a fortune and don’t want to waste even a day’s worth of usage. When you are working on construction sites, you step on metal debris, you slip and twist your ankle, and you risk life and limb. You think twice about keeping those not yet worn out shoes and you get ready to trade them in for something soothing and comfortable. You wish you were a nurse and had those soft slip ons with insoles for extra padding. You know the kind that look like clogs but are better constructed and not so rigid. Shoes are our support and we should not take what we put on our feet lightly, as we often do. We go home with swollen toes and aching ankles. We soak in a hot tub, but why did we get this far anyway? I think I had been suffering too long by the time I started griping about my shoes. Guess why? I am a builder with flat feet trying to execute multiple jobs all at the same time with little to no pain. It got to be time to talk to the doctor. I have a friend who recommended a podiatrist, a specialist in matters of the feet. I had the flatness checked out, verified, and learned that there is, in fact, little that you can do other than wear insoles, just as I thought. Hence the thoughts about getting nurses shoes. Would I be laughed off the job by my cronies? The doctor mentioned that in addition to clogs there are re-enforced sneaker styles that do as good a job. He recommended a particular brand that are light weight, provide good support, and well made to last and last. They are typically worn by hospital staff and that in itself is a great testimonial. Shoes are kind of a status symbol so I wasn’t sure what an odd-looking sneaker was going to do for my image. Probably not a lot more than clogs would. I simply have to let people know about ol’ flat foot and get some sympathy. They will understand my lack of fashion sense while at the same time they will admire my practicality and common sense. So I did get the sneakers in a basic grey mesh that will go with everything—particularly my ubiquitous khakis. Maybe I will start a new fad. Ha! A cabinet maker on one job said I have to admire your guts. Someone else muttered something about being in the wrong place. Didn’t I need to get my way to the hospital. I love a sense of humor. Meanwhile, flat foot problem solved no matter the consequences. The shoes added to the general camaraderie on the construction site and I may go out and get another pair in black. I will not risk a second of pain for my feet and will rotate the shoes as the need arises. October 12, 2016August 23, 2016 Summer’s Best Friend Summer is a great time to get some of those DIY projects done outdoors. You don’t have to worry about rain ruining your freshly nailed wood planks. If you must do it yourself, make sure the conditions are prime. It is hard enough to do any building and repairs so why not make the situation optimal. You don’t want the hottest day of the year where you could sweat to death. Think of anyone you have nabbed to help you. You need to be concerned for their health as well. Nevertheless, a sunny day may be the only time you have available. Work during the early hours of the morning or perhaps after dusk to spare yourself too much sun exposure. You will want to have a fan plugged in nearby if it is possible. Then take a break now and then and get some circulating air. Meanwhile, a cooler is a great idea to have beverages close at hand. This way you and your crew will always be able to stay hydrated throughout the day. People who are dehydrated cannot work effectively and it will spoil your job. You may have to stop midstream and start another day. Summer’s best friend could be the ice cooler. Keep it well stocked. You may have a garage refrigerator in any case but you can take the cooler to just the very spot where you are working. I have a beach cooler that goes with me to every trip to the shore. It houses sandwiches and snacks along with ice cold beer. It does double duty when I have a work project that keeps me outdoors. You don’t have to have the biggest one on the planet, just one with room enou... Similar Website

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