Welcome to my
Well, to be honest it is less of a workshop and more of a messy table. I move my tools around so often it is actually part of the reason why I procrastinate so much. The set up just takes so too much time! I am targeting to have my own office filled with my tools in the future, for now this what I have to work with.
However small it may be though, this is already enough for me to hammer through my projects. I will introduce you to how I set up my table every time before I start working in a section of the project.
Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axeAbraham Lincoln
Using the right tools for the right job is really important, otherwise you will be wasting your time trying to accomplish something trivial; on the other hand, knowing your tools are equally important. It is not surprising to see that a professional with a handsaw can work faster than an amateur with a chainsaw.
Do not be stingy, that’s it. If you can afford it, go for it; if you can’t, work with it. It is always better to work with a good tool, but since resources is finite, we work with what we have at the moment.