How to be Handy [hairy bottom not required]: Build Money Saving Home Improvement DIY Skills, Create a Unique Home and Properly Look After Your Stuff

October 21, 2019 - Comment

____________________________________________________________________ Imagine using your own two hands… To repair broken things, restore old favourites, improve your home, build new stuff from scratch or even just boring old maintenance… …But you’re afraid you don’t have the skills. Fear not, because this is a different kind of DIY book. It gently introduces and explains the principles. It

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Imagine using your own two hands…

To repair broken things, restore old favourites, improve your home, build new stuff from scratch or even just boring old maintenance…

…But you’re afraid you don’t have the skills.

Fear not, because this is a different kind of DIY book. It gently introduces and explains the principles. It guides and motivates you far beyond ‘do this, then do that’. You’ll learn how to look at the physical world through ‘practical eyes’ like the professionals do.

There’s over 30 years of professional experience as a builder and teacher in this actionable guide to being good with your hands and living a more practical life. It’ll show you how to easily build your own skills and avoid all the common pitfalls.

You’ll save money using your own head, hands, and heart to create something wonderful, fix something you treasure, maintain something you want to keep forever or build something just for fun.

You’ll love being handy because then you can do anything!

Start being handy today.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Daunted by DIY or too poor to pay the plumber? You need this book I’m a fairly practical and pretty determined middle-aged lady, but I just don’t have the courage to tackle any but the simplest plug change, piece of duct tape or dab of WD40. This book is now my guiding light – the author has, with wit and style, blasted away all the shrouds of mystery that most tradespeople like to mask their magic with. All that technical jargon, this’ll-cost-you-luv, costly call out charges just to whistle through their teeth and make out your leaky tap is more…

Anonymous says:

Easy to read, plenty of info and lots to learn! This book is great. From basics of how to hold a hammer to safely demolishing, and written to support and inform your skill level. It’s been great to read tips for things you already feel confident in and learning to do new projects with confidence. This is a how to for everyone to has to do a anything handy and make them feel capable. Clearly written by someone with a lot of experience. Surprisingly for ‘a how to DIY book’, this is such a pleasure to read. Mr Anderson has a a really personable…

Anonymous says:

EXCELLENT Lots of detail

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