Tag Archives: Inspiration

Love Thy Neighbor

With the dresser safely in the rear view mirror, I’m ready to move on.  Today’s post is a first in a series of catching you up on few side projects I cooked up and some I still have cooking. I … Continue reading

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Top of Mind Design Conundrums

If my old man were here, he’d say: “stop lollygagging and get on with it.” He’d be right but I still wouldn’t be moving forward. Every step of the way I’ve found my paralysis by analysis disease rear its ugly … Continue reading

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Traveler’s Guide to Inspiration

Occasionally life has a way of pushing opportunities upon us. It’s our job to take advantage of them. Letting them go will almost surely leave us with a bit of regret and remorse. If you follow me on Instragram, you might … Continue reading

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Seattle’s Best (For Woodworkers)

As you may have guessed from the sudden uptick in posts, I was on the road recently for work. My travels brought me to Seattle. With the help of Marilyn over at She Works Wood, I was able to explore … Continue reading

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Lumber Supplier: Is the Search Finally Over?

I found a little gem of a place not too far from my in-laws place. It’s called Homestead Hardwoods. It’s just south of Sandusky, OH. It’s only 45 minutes from my house and 15 minutes from the in-laws. Very doable. This seems … Continue reading

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Soundtrack to My Shop

The great thing about the internet is you get surprised by how many people are just like you. Any feelings of isolation or anxiety for being odd (or unique as your mom used to say) are whisked away when you … Continue reading

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WIA 2013: A Tale of Two Peters

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times… Best because I couldn’t tear myself away from Peter Galbert and Peter Follansbee, but worst because I missed tons of other speakers. This harkened me back to my  Bonnaroo days where … Continue reading

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