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    Workshop cleanup lately has been sort through everything keep 95% of it.

    Not today everything that was on the floor, everything that you think Mmm that will come in for something, gone I was taking no prisoners HaHa.

    I really should get the workshop finished, but I really enjoy making things, I will have to split my time I think, sounds good but when I start and make something, I like to get it finished. Oh well one day eh. 😉

    Josh Frey

    I have found that the use of SMART goals has been quite a lot of help in prioritizing:
    S – specific
    M – measurable
    A – action oriented
    R – realistic
    T – time related, or time oriented, or has a deadline

    Steve Follis

    I just need one more toolbox to put that stuff in and get it out of my way. Now, where should I store the toolbox, and what toolbox did I put that scraper in??

    I’m right there with you Ken, I just need to start throwing stuff out!

    Memphis, Tennessee


    Maybe you need a campaign chest style toolchest. That way, you can keep building new ones and just stack them up. 🙂

    Robin ... Richmond, Virginia, USA


    Ha! Throw stuff out!?! Never! You can have that 1/2″ long piece of pine cut-off when you pry it from my cold, dead fingers! And yes, I *do* need nineteen old rusty handsaws…


    and what toolbox did I put that scraper in??

    Joking aside, I bought a roll of white gaffers tape and begin labeling what was in which bin. Works good.

    Robin ... Richmond, Virginia, USA

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