2017 was an amazing year. In the 2017 Year In Review video I share some of the most special moments, and reflect on my 2018 goals for this channel. Nothing too specific, more of a 30,000 foot view.
This year started great. I made a few reviews and unboxing videos, took my better half on a weekend getaway, took the family camping/cabin’ing at a local state park. We visited a few trails, performed a few live events on Facebook (for our www.WoodyThings.com business), traveled to Vermont and did a brewery ‘run’ at a buddy’s bachelor party.
Off-camera life was even better. The kids are doing great in school, sports and in life. As they say, they’re “well adjusted” and I am very grateful for that. We have another National Science Honor Society inductee, a Junior Olympian qualifier, and an awesome young adult adulting.
On this trip I was dropping off a few items at one of our partner stores (www.RefurnishCT.com) located in Plainville, Connecticut. Refurnish CT is a full-service shop that refurnishes furniture pieces and brings them back to life! If you’re interested in purchasing some awesome, rustic decor or furniture, Give Alex and Vanessa a call.
Anyways, on this day the town was hosting its annual Pumpkin Fest.
What’s up everyone. In case you didn’t know, our family owns and operates a small online boutique called WoodyThings.com where we offer personalized, wooden items ranging from decorative birdhouses to retirement chest and barware. So every now and again you’ll find me doing a review for a tool we typically use in our workshop. That’s where this review comes in.
As we make items that require us to drill or screw in tight spaces (easy now!) we found that having a small, handheld [powered] screwdriver is a lifesaver! For the past few years I’ve defaulted to the ‘man up!’ strategy and just used a screwdriver. Well, after several hundred boxes and much cussing when I can’t quite reach the angle or torque needed, I caved and decided to pick up a hand-held, powered screwdriver. Continue reading “SCREW IT! Ryobi 4V Screwdriver Review”→