A few weeks ago, I was afforded the opportunity to attend the Writing from the Soul workshop sponsored by Hay House Publishing. The workshop presenters were Reid Tracy, Hay House President and CEO, Nancy Levin, Hay House Events Coordinator and poet, and Dr. Wayne Dyer, author of over 40 books including, Your Erroneous Zones, The Power of Intention, and most recently, Wishes Fulfilled. Dr. Dyer also stars in the movie produced by Hay House titled The Shift.
It totally depends on you and the budget you have set to determine what types of materials you will be using to build your Art jamming storage shed. Some of the most common for this purpose are wood and metal. You can also opt for a combination of both. The main concern really is the sturdiness of the shed which I’m sure can be achieved using both or either of these two materials.
An important reminder though. For certain sizes of sheds, you may need to obtain permit from your local area zoning department. Laws regarding this may vary for different localities so you need to check on this just to be sure.
By the way, send out that email about every week to two weeks to all of the workshop attendees. Congratulate more and more as they achieve their goals, and make sure to include how much value it generated for them. Others who have not achieved it will get the idea that they had better get off dead center, and either they will do it, or call you to help them do it. They will want that Art jamming value too.
If your garage is limited in space you will not be able to construct the larger more bulky woodworking projects. You need to consider this ahead of time. Working from your garage could also limit the type of tools you will be able to use. If you space is limited you will only Art jamming Workshop be able to use smaller tools. You will also have to consider your neighbours, as large power tools make a lot of noise and this may disturb them.
Let us consider a sewing hobby for example. If that’s what you’re into then, a shed workshop can provide the privacy and space to practice in peace your projects without disruptions. It can be a great place for you to store your materials such as your books, thread, sewing machines, fabric, patterns, spoons, and the like. It will also be great to have a cabinet to store your cloth, or maybe have a drafting table for laying out your patterns or for cutting. You may also wish to have an ottoman and chair with a close by lamp where you can sit comfortably and do some hand sewing. It is all about what you wish to have and having the area to do get the most from its planned use.
With workshop safety, when it comes to your eyes, your hearing, and your lungs, there is no excuse not to take the proper precautions. Remember the damage you do won’t necessarily be immediate, rather it will be cumulative. The protection is inexpensive and easy to find… so use it.