Day of Thanks for January 5th

chinatown scissors

Leo Jul 23 | Aug 22 Author Robert Moss has published 27 books. When he talks about the art of launching and completing big projects, I listen attentively. There’s one piece of advice he offers that would be particularly helpful for you to keep in mind throughout the first half of 2015. “If we wait until we are fully prepared in order to do something, we may never get it done,” he says. “It’s important to do things before we think we are ready.” Can you handle that, Leo? Are you willing to give up your fantasies about being perfectly qualified and perfectly trained and perfectly primed before you dive in?

 

I have 6 months to pack up a 15 year career and life in Toronto. At the end of that time I am going to go live in the woods after building my own 100 square foot home. I have never built anything in my life.

I saw these scissors today for the first time in my flower shop. He explained to me how Canadians just use their fingers when they cut but these scissors lets him use his whole hand. It makes such good sense and they are beautiful. Chinatown about 5 dollars.

Its still more arts ‘n crafts’ than ‘home building’ but I like this start to building up a better tool box.

 

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