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Kyle – Finished the 96th Vase, got the DisneyLand Commission for the trains, sold another piece from the Del Mar fair.,.
Sean – Glued up the headboard and applied a finish, worked on AC installation, and turned a small lidded box for his Daughter.
Brian – Remodeled his house and painted the hall table.
Main Topic – How to manage your woodworking extracurriculars.
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One thought on “Episode 028: Life Management”
Good show guys, good to know I’m not the only one struggling with the work-life-woodworking (or my phone) balance.
Question on your bench build.
Is this meant to be start-to-finished within that time-line, or just finishing? I have been on-again-off-again working on a bench for a while, and could probably finish it up in that time frame.