I don’t know about you, but this Power8 Workshop Pro looks like the best work from home tool for getting your honey do list completed. A couple of hammers, some nails and paint, and you are ready to build stuff!
When you have to do stuff around the house, having a way to get your supplies from the garage to where you are working is important. It is also good if you can transport heavy items without killing your back.
At my age, carrying stuff around my yard is beginning to cause more pain and suffering than it used to. But the Worx Aerocart is going to save me from future distress!
I am planning on getting the Aerocart with the Wagon kit, because then you don’t have to always be pushing stuff around the yard, you can pull it around. Not only that, but then I can pull my grandchildren around the neighborhood and be the fun grandpa that will make memories! It just isn’t the same putting your grandkids on a dolly or wheelbarrow.
Plus, the wagon is a great place to sit when you are pulling weeds or working on things that are low to the ground. Again, once you reach the age when the body rebels, it is a good idea to make things as easy for it as possible. Sitting to do jobs that you used to crouch for is one of the necessary things you must concede if you want to keep from buying too much ibuprofen.
Already have the Aerocart and want to get the wagon kit alone? Not a problem! Here is the link for the Wagon Kit.
How often do you see a product that makes you stop everything and watch the video in its entirety?
Living in Florida, Yvonne and I love to get out and soak up some rays when the sun is out (especially in December and March, when people in the Great White North are freezing their buns off). But once the spring and summer heat starts to build up, being inside in the air conditioning is more exciting.
Unfortunately, the air conditioner has a bad habit of boosting the electric bill during the summer, with August usually being the worst. So we thought about taking some of that sun’s energy and harnessing it to cut down on the amount of electricity that we have to buy from the electric company.
With that in mind, I started to price solar panels and soon figured out that I knew next to nothing about what to look for in the equipment necessary for powering your home with solar energy. Luckily, people who do know what they are talking about have written books on the topic, so I decided to give you a list of the ones we are going to be looking over.
Photovoltaic Design and Installation For Dummies was the first one I found. While I hate thinking of myself as a dummy, I do know for a fact from previous Dummy books I have purchased that they are written by experts who know how to write in an easy to understand manner. So this one should do very well.
But if you are really against all things dummy, then you can take a look at Solar Electricity Handbook by Michael Boxwell. I looked up Boxwell on Google and was not surprised to find him all over the place as the guy to talk to about solar energy. So if you want to know exactly what you need and why, his handbook should cover it.