Removing Broken Head Screws and Nails:
I haven't had much of a problem with this the last few years, especially since I stopped using the sheetrock screws, but I know others have because I am frequently asked how to easily remove broken screws, (and occasionally nails) from. Sadly there is no real easy way, all there really is are some less invasive ways of digging the wood around the screw or nail and easing it out from there. I like to use the "plug cutter" method because then I have a known hole size, which I can later cut another plug to fill the hole, or in some cases filled with a small piece from a dowel.
♦️ HELLO EVERYONE ◼️ Ever read something you hadn’t heard much about but ended up surprisingly loving it?
That was this book for me. I had unforgivably never heard of @nataliajaster before and saw her books on a recommenced reads account and I decided to give it a chance because of the GORGEOUS cover and man I was not disappointed.
Not only does this book intrigue you with characters that will make you laugh, cry and want to keep reading throughout the night but also it touches on topics of disabilities and equality which as a mother with two autistic sons it made me want to give Natalia a big squeeze. You don’t see much of that in novels and it was really nice change of pace. Not to mention the relationship between Poet and Briar gave me such big Cardan and Jude (folk of the air) vibes!! Can’t wait to blow through these amazing books and will continue to support Natalia! Can’t wait to see what she comes up with next! 5/5 stars on goodreads!