Monthly Archives: November 2009

How to set up a work station for a flip over saw

Follow these instructions and you will get the most out of your flip over saw and produce more work safely. My full article can be read at WikiHow. Preparation and setting up Choose a suitable site to work from that is flat, … Continue reading

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Why We Buy; The Science of Shopping by Paco Underhill

Just finished reading “Why We Buy; The Science of Shopping” by Paco Underhill. Now you might think that this is a strange book for a ‘bloke’ to read but hey, its a small library! and anyway I scanned the back … Continue reading

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my mums the best cook in the world…….

Been thinking about my Ugandan friend Damascus a lot, so I thought that I would share a Ugandan story today. Damascus once told me that: “A man who has never left his home village, thinks that his mum is the best … Continue reading

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Little pleasurable encounters…….

My new spirit of living in the ‘now’ and giving my ‘full attention’ to whatever is right in front of me paid off today. A little encounter in a supermarket turned out to make me feel really quite good about … Continue reading

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Oh man! I am so late to the party…..

Just finished reading Dan Millmans “Way of the Peacefull Warrior”. The story centers around a young mans spiritual growth and his strange meeting and ensuing relationship with a wise old man who becomes first his mentor and finally his friend … Continue reading

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