My Journey Through Woodworking and Travel iaac feb 3

it's been a while since my last post I've been busy with my life. it was like there was not much time in the day to keep up with everything. However, I made the most of it and tried to stay positive even when things got tough.

One of the things I did to stay productive was to take on new hobby woodworking.

I've always wanted to try building and creating things with my hands, so I decided to try my hand at making cabinets.
As I needed it and buying or hiring some professional will cost me a lot of money

I won't lie, it was a challenge at first. I had to buy a few tools and learn how to use them without losing any fingers but I grew more confident and skilled with each cut I made. I bought a few tools like a circular saw, jigsaw, cordless drill, and a few measurements scale

the hardest part was cutting in exact measurements as blade width also adds up to cutting well I tried my best to cut straight using an about 8 feet wood log as a guide well it worked out well

I'm proud to say that I now have a small collection of handmade cabinets guide and some tools that I'm proud to display.

In addition to learning a new skill, I also took a much-needed vacation. I visited my aunt and it was such a refreshing change of pace. I was able to disconnect from the daily boring life and immerse myself in different environments

I wisted a few places tied food also got scammed but it turned out it was fun as well. we also did a little bbq while enjoying the cold.
It was an amazing experience that I will never forget.

I also watch my first-ever concert it was a whole new experience I have shaken to my core also the beats hit awakened my spirit

it was 2nd best decision of my life so far 1st been investing in btc as the market I think has bottomed and we will be in a bull run soon or might take a few months to the peak.

Now that I'm back and fully recharged, I'm ready to jump back into blogging and share my experiences with all of you. I'm eager to hear your thoughts on my recent adventures and to share any tips I've learned along the way.

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