With the winter that we have had, you don’t want to mess around with less than the best carrying cases for your equipment when it comes to transporting it through the cold, snow and ice. I cringe to think what might happen with a large instrument falling hard in conditions like this. Not a good time to scrimp on a cajon bag if you want to preserve your cajon intact until spring and summer arrives.
Quality is quality whether you’re into photography, music, or sports. The last thing you want when you’re making awesome work in those fields is to have a piece of equipment break down. I mean, what do you say when you’re about to make a pivotal move in a musical performance and your drum piece falls apart? There are not do-overs.
So you’ve got to find the piece of equipment that you can trust to hold together in the very moments you’re going to need them the most – like this pearl demon drive p3002d at musicians friend. Now you may not be a musician, but you know what you’re looking for in your field and you know that this kind of quality is exactly similar.
It seems like after years of having miniature earphones plugging our ears for listening to ipods and mp3s, the older style headphone is making a major comeback. I’ve seen more young people in particular traveling around with the full wrap-around headphones like this ath-m50 at musicians friend. And I’d say good on everybody. To me, a full headphone does a better job at sound reproduction for everything from digital mp3s to CDs to old vinyl records.
A watch is more than just for telling time, although it is helpful to be able to look at your wrist and tell that stranger asking you for the time. It is a classic distinction in style that says, I know where I’m going and I have the means to get there. Some might even argue that having a watch from this list of Tissot watches is the height of modern convenience plus style – the smartphone notwithstanding. And every watch is a unique statement for each individual wearing it.
I shudder every time I think of what I need to do this time of year – at tax time. It’s neither my or my husband’s favourite thing to do to prepare our tax returns. Sometimes I think I’d rather have my wisdom teeth pulled than do taxes.
I suppose most people are in the same boat as us. It’s not on most people’s list of top things to do with their time. And with the multitude of other things that a person has to get done – from taking the kids to school and soccer practice, to making an important sale for your business – there’s even less time available to look at the books.
That makes taxes and bookkeeping the perfect job to outsource. You don’t have to look very far. It doesn’t matter if you live in Ontario. – just like there is one available wherever you are.
When you don’t have the tools to do the job like making these wooden boxes, it can be as frustrating as trying to pin wet pumpkin seeds to a wall. Among other things, you’re going to need a good table saw and a sander. And then there’s all the time and expertise it takes to produce something even useful. Sometimes it does make more sense just to get someone else to make it – someone who does have all the tools and experience.