If you need a hammer, make a hammer. And chances are since you are in need of the hammer, you will make a hammer perfectly suited to the hammerin needing doin. This same truth applies to anything really, if you made it because you needed it, it will most likely...

If you need a hammer, make a hammer. And chances are since you are in need of the hammer, you will make a hammer perfectly suited to the hammerin needing doin. This same truth applies to anything really, if you made it because you needed it, it will most likely be better for your solution than something someone else made but who didn't necessarily live through the problem. Take tampons for example. Or high heels. You get the idea.

As you build these things, keep track of them. They are your toolbox. They may be reactions to situations, the way you cook food, how you see life or practice a religion. They are your personal tools you have created for dealing with life. And if they work really well for you, share them with the world. Cause let's face it, we can all benefit from some improvements to our toolboxes.

This short blog post brought to you by the new improved blogger, Tracey, who swears she is going to write less but more often, and with less self censorship or concern over spellimg errors. Yes, that was on purpose. And now, I invite you, dear readers, to do me one small favor. If you stop by and read something, and then happen to think something, please do share. Otherwise I get lonely. Thanks.

Share on Twitter or Facebook Published April 22nd 2010