I have a whetstone, faucet and a knife, but never quite get the results I want. So Cook with E's guide to using them ("the only time I've ever seriously hurt myself in the kitchen was using a dull knife") has sent me right back to the kitchen.
The kalimba is one of the most beautiful-sounding portable instuments, and it's pretty easy to learn thanks to this handy lesson by Sound Adventurer. He recommends a 17-key kalimba like this beauty. Who knows, maybe in short order you will be good enough to head to the nearest rocky shore and play this little ditty:… READ THE REST
Back in my day, if the bait shop wasn't an option, you could always get some fishing worms by going grunting with a notched stick. The pros take it to the next level: The Cadillac of prefab worm grunting for personal use is the Worm Gitter, demonstrated below by Duke: Image: YouTube / Catfish and… READ THE REST
Tractor tires are inches thick, so it takes a lot to puncture one—and a lot to fix them, too. This video shows a repair job on a tire that's taller than the repairman, and involves the application of various Rubberhog wheels, grinders and buffers. A pound of rubber has to be scooped out just to… READ THE REST
If you suffer from chronic pain, anxiety, sleep disorders or even something as insidious as cancer, you've undoubtedly heard of the effects of CBD. Or maybe you're a regular CBD user already who's often experimenting with better, more efficient means of receiving your dosage. Either way, the soothing effects of CBD may end up changing… READ THE REST
If you thought the fear and instability that the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic unleashed on world financial markets would send investors scurrying for the sidelines, think again. In fact, the individual investor has jumped into this new economic landscape with both feet in 2020. Retail investors — everyday, non-professional stock traders — now account… READ THE REST
Fix-it projects don't always fit to your schedule. In fact, it often feels like projects or even emergencies that require your attention often come at the worst possible moments. That's why it feels like every time there's a leaky pipe or a problem underneath a vehicle or a wild animal stuck underneath your house, it… READ THE REST