This isn’t one to build your knowledge bank on practical, DIY stuff, but it’s important. An insight into life in lockdown in a tiny house.
There’s a lot of content on the Mitre 10 YouTube page to get lost in (in a good way). One of the clips that got our attention is this one.
Before you go thinking about DIY plumbing, have a good think about the mistakes you’ll want to avoid. Here’s a head start for your homework.
Another one to perhaps add to the list for post-lockdown, but really worth checking out if you want to avoid books sliding off shelves.
Again, another one to put into practice for after the lockdown is lifted (unless you have the materials already).
You might already know how to build a fence, or you might want to try one day. Here’s a video from the team at Mitre 10 on how they do it.
The New Zealand website Go Gardening has heaps of guidance for gardeners of all levels, including autumn gardening help.
These hacks will (hopefully) inspire you to head out into the garden and get your hands dirty.
Something for gardening beginners. The signs that a plant needs repotting, followed by a visual guide on how to do it.
If you want to view lots of gardening tips, then YouTube is the place to go. Here’s one video with enough to keep you going for a while.
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