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My Worst Enemy

If I was asked to describe myself I guess I would probably say, I think of myself as a nice guy. I try to look

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Keeping the Passion

In the 24 years of professionally building furniture, I’ve had the pleasure of teaching classes, giving lectures, doing demonstrations, and sitting on a board of

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Making History

When you think of a historical person, who comes to mind? Abraham Lincoln, Louis Pasteur, or maybe Henry Ford? All of them are historical people

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Choosing the Right Stain

After spending hours, days, and sometimes weeks building a project, it comes that time I fear the most. Applying the stain. As we all know,

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Ignoring the Rules

As a teenager, I didn’t like following the rules. It didn’t matter what the rule was, I didn’t like it.  I felt restricted by following

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Health Benefits of Woodworking

Typically when I think of health benefits the first thing that comes to my mind is eating properly, exercising, and getting plenty of rest. Woodworking

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Enough is Enough

We all want something. Everyone has “wants” in life. Maybe our wants are very simple like a glass of water, a slice of pie, or

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Are They Educated?

Before I get into my topic I want to thank all of you for subscribing to this newsletter. It proves this wonderful trade of woodworking

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