Holes in the ceiling, dust on the floor, mess all around, and when it comes to projects, there’s always more, more, more.
In DIY, like in life, coping is an important skill to master…or at least a skill one must make an attempt at mastering. But what is it to cope?
The thing is, when I’m talking about coping and DIY, I could actually be talking about a few different aspects of the above definition. For example, a heathy dose of denial might be the best way to cope with a home disaster, but a jigsaw may be my tool of choice when coping a joint.
Over the years we’ve taken on a lot of projects in an attempt to master various skills…or become slightly more than mediocre at them.
And while I’ve gained a good amount of confidence when it comes to moulding, one of the things that intimidated me tremendously for the longest time is my lacking skills when it comes to coping a joint.