I've Written a Book!
It's not the camper trials one. That one is still in the works. BUT this one is just as awesome. It's called,
"How to DIY Anything: The Ultimate Maker Mindset"
and I've been told that it's something to be proud of.
The book is about thinking like a successful maker in order to be a successful maker. I talk about the five most important mindset tools that everyone needs in order to achieve DIY success. If you are interested in learning more, head on over to my author website. You can click that link or type, www.lindsayhodge.com/diyanything into your favorite browser. Let me know what you think.
The book is available for preorder now on Amazon and Kobo, and will be released to iBooks, Amazon and Kobo on June 1, 2017. If you check it out, please make sure to leave a review so other readers will know what to think of it too:-)
Here's a short excerpt for your reading pleasure:
The first and most important tool in the DIY mindset toolbox is a positive, can-do attitude. It’s not a skill, it’s a choice we make. We choose to be happy, go-lucky, and jazzed about our crafts, or we don’t.
Being a DIY-er is hard. It may be as simple as picking a project and doing it, but I would be foolish if I said that it’s easy. There will be obstacles on our journey and having a positive attitude will make those obstacles overcome-able. A positive attitude will also make the journey more fun, and it will make the time we spend on our DIY projects feel more worthwhile. The three main obstacles that most DIY-ers face are a lack of time, skill and money. Let’s look at those obstacles and see how a positive attitude can be the difference between success and failure."
7/20/2020 12:37:37 am
I love that you are testing out new stuff. In my opinion, it would be best if you continue doing it. Well, it is not easy to just go and do the things that you are doing. However, in my opinion, if you do not try things out, then you will never be able to do new things in the future. You have to test out the world to see if there are things that you can and cannot do.
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Lindsay Hodge is our resident Writer here at Haven Homestead. She keeps this blog, a GRIT blog, and writes other fun things too.