Homemade latte. Find a small jar, fill almost halfway with 2% milk, shake weight that sucker for 30 seconds, then microwave it for 45 secondd to keep the foam from collapsing. Add to 8 ounces of coffee or 2 shots of espresso, spoon the foam on top. #MoneySaver #StarbucksWho #NotWhippedCreamButItWorks
We're faced with something like 200 food choices a day, so I got quite good at justifying to myself why it was okay for me to eat like sh**. Everyone else is doing it, just one more bag of chips, just one more handful, just one more cocktail, just one more plate of nachos. Well, I decided to draw my line in the sand on January 15th & I've been laser focused ever since. My sugar/junk cravings are gone and I have been CONSCIOUSLY eating for the first time in a long time, not just shoveling in whatever feels good in the moment. I've been eating with a plan and a purpose for the last 39 days -- and I feel good, DAMN good. #EatAllTheFoodGetAllTheResults
South wall (w/windows):
Since I had created TONS of storage space on the East wall, I decided to select a long unit that would fit underneath the windows that was large enough to hold her sewing machine & surger. This also had drawers for storage of her tools and her notions.
West wall (this was actually a railing that overlooked the family room):
I found a double-sided drop-leaf table that had three drawers on each side of the base. This gave her six more drawers for lace, binding, rickrack, etc. She could easily collapse 1-side, or both, if she needed the floor space.
This shows a different view of the wall shown in my earlier post. You'll see the storage units and containers that utilize every inch of space for her fabric, thread, yarn, patterns, photographs & all supplies for crafting.
THERE IS NO NORTH WALL, only a railing & a permanent ladder to climb into the loft. HOW FUN FOR KIDS, RIGHT?
The client even played games with her grandchildren up there. It was QUITE THE HIT!
Ta-da! Happy Client!
I have liked having my @oneidaairsystems#dustdeputy for my #festoolct36 dust extractor. Now I have hard proof that it works. I noticed the other day that it didn’t seem like it had a lot of suction when sanding a cutting board. I’d say this is why. I’d much rather replace a cheap plastic bag than an expensive Festool bag. I’ll still have to replace that expensive bag and the hepa filter, but this thing sure does add a lot of life to those. I pretty much use it only on my sanders, domino, track saw, and router. I don’t do any shop clean up with it, so this also makes me be impressed with the dust collection on my Festool tools. My only request would be to figure out a way to integrate #systainers above or below it, so you could roll your extractor with your tools on board too. #stateofrestoration#woodworking#wood#woodworkingtools#dustcollection#dustcollector#dustextractor#oneidaairsystems#festool#moneysaver