Nuts & Bolts
Are you the keeper of the tools in your house? Maybe it’s your partner or housemate? Regardless of who’s in charge of them, if they aren’t easily accessible or you can never find them when you need them – this episode is for you!! Today (as our cleverly chosen episode title may have already tipped you off) we are talking all things tools! From power tools, to hand held tools; even down to all those nuts, bolts and screws that might be rolling around the garage floor… Tune in for all our tips and tricks for decluttering and organising your tools in the way that best serves your family!
In this episode we:
● Discuss the main categories of tools and fasteners and who is in charge of these in the Revell and Farrugia households;
● Encourage you to borrow or hire large tools that you might need only once or infrequently;
● Suggest many different places for passing along those tools that are still in great working order but you no longer need;
● Remind you to practice habits!! In particular one of our favourites – Don’t put it down, put it away!;
● Highlight how much easier it is to return items to their homes when you are living with less;
● Challenge you to think about how you look for things when creating storage solutions;
And so so so so much more…
We hope from this conversation we all learn something and put a smile on your face!
Things mentioned in this episode and other helpful links:
● Garage & Shed Episode
● Sharing and borrowing economy Episode
● Like with like Episode
● Lego Episode
● Homeschooling groups
● Facebook market place
Special thanks to Bree Waterson & Guyovccchu for your lovely reviews!!
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