The entire layout of my studio, believe it or not, is based around my two cats. I would absolutely love to have my soldering bench in front of a window. It has crossed my mind several times and has been rearranged that way several times as well. But I always resort back to my soldering bench being stuffed in the corner that has no windows. My cats like to look out 👀 and for their safety, my less toxic work stations have to be under the windows. Pictured here is my Little Lady on my stamping and forming bench. (She actually can’t jump up here because she’s elderly, so she has to walk up her kitty stairs, walk across my packing desk, step down into my chair, hop over to a stool, and then hop onto this desk. If the chairs are messed up and she doesn’t have a clear path, she yells!)
I was super happy to sneak in a couple hours at the bench this afternoon (but I'll be honest, it was because I was anxious to catch up on a few episodes of @cleverpodcast 😅😆) I like to keep my mind inspired and my hands motivated! 🙌🏻✨
What are your favourite podcasts for learning on the fly?
This @kregjig rip-cut is the best $40 I’ve spent in a while. It’s deadly accurate, fast and easy to use. Much better than snapping a chalk line or using a level for a straight cut. I don’t use it for final dimensioning obviously but I would be confident enough in it to do that if I absolutely had to. Great tool.
Thank you guys SO much for all the love on my last post. So many people reached out to share kind words about my book and I appreciate every single one. 🤗 Here's a little look into my work space this past week. I shipped out a restock to @mca_denver and am getting ready for an interview sent over by my editor - so many great opportunities on the horizon!