If there is one thing we can all agree on in 2020, it’s that you can never have enough workspaces at home (am I right?). The problem is that most desks are bulky and require a dedicated office space. However, when you’re in a small space (like my 525 square foot apartment), office space is hard to come by. So to help combat this problem, I decided to try my hand at creating a compact …
Okay, I know what you’re thinking… “not another resin river table”! But, hear me out! This one is pretty epic… this one is different than my last river coffee table, because this one GLOWS IN THE DARK. Pretty cool, huh? I’ve been wanting to make a glow in the dark resin table ever since stumbling upon one on Pinterest and I am SO excited that I finally got to make it happen! Ready to see how?
I’ve been short on time since my full time job started up. But, having just completed some mega projects in my home there is one thing I am not short on… and that is scrap wood. I have been wanting to make a giant pegboard wall organizer for my work from home space for the longest time and have been drooling over them on Pinterest for ages. So, I finally decided to make it happen with the use of scrap wood! Did I mention it only took one day to make? Weekend warriors, get those tools ready!
With my full time job recently starting back up, I’ve been busy catching up on projects and adjusting to my world as a weekend warrior again! That being said, while this month’s Tuesday Tool School is a bit late (if you’re new here, I host a Tool School on the first Tuesday of each month), I promise I didn’t forget! Today I’ll be tackling the ins and outs of the differing types of nailers that you can use in your workshop. I’ll be breaking down the details in this Nail Gun 101 post and then demoing some of the nailers I use in my shop on Instagram (so, be sure to check it out)!