That is the title of a book I read awhile back. Basically it teaches that one should enjoy the work which is done. If you truly enjoy it, then the work isn’t as hard. My DW and I have decided to start making and selling cutting boards at craft shows. We’re dividing up the labor, I’m handling the crafting, she’ll handle the booth work. My plan is that this will be one aspect of working for ourselves to bring in more money , ther other being my photo studio work. Now the trick is to get the products glued up and ready for sale.
I started building up the stock…
I prepped enough for about 5 cutting boards today, only got three of them actually glued up:
here is what I hope will be one of my ‘fancy’ boards, All maple:
I even made a couple of new push sticks… the one you saw above for the tablesaw, and another for putting really small stock through the bandsaw:
-- Ned - 2B1ASK1 http://nedswoodshop.blogspot.com