Whenever we set out on a “do it yourself project” we know we have to make sure that we have the tools and equipment we need in our inventory, workshop, or garage to handle the process. There’s nothing worse than having the wrong tool, and trying to make do, or having an insufficient tool of low quality that does not work, or breaks. It is indeed completely aggravating, and it not only slows us down or puts us back a day in our home improvement projects, but it also sends us to the store to spend more money to buy the right tool.
This is quite a dilemma, problem, and challenge for a good many folks like me who like to do their own home improvement projects. However, in any type of chaos or crisis there is always an opportunity. In fact, as an online article writer with over 18,300 articles, I’ve seen such challenges in my personal life, as an opportunity to write an article about it.
After all, each and every experience that we have is a lesson learned and something we can pass on to others. Writing online articles to pass on knowledge is a very noble thing to do. If you have a tool that breaks, or have to go through the process of studying all the potential tools to use in a given project, you should write it down every step along the way. Then you should put it all into an article.
The first important thing you need to remember, is to put important key words that people might search on the Internet when they have the exact problem that you had. These words should be in the title of your article and in the very first paragraph of your article. Next after explaining the problem or challenge; write about the solution, what you’d learned. How the finished product came out better because you used the right tool.
Having done this a number of times, I’ve often gotten e-mail feedback from my readers thanking me for saving them the time and not having to learn the lesson, or have the problem that set me back. Please consider all this.