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Router/Spindle LED Light Ring

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Dewalt D26200 Compact Router

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So today starts a new chapter in my life, and it's taken a long time to get here. I'm 38 years old, and I finally have my final clinical diagnosis of having ADHD and today I begin my new medication (Concerta Xl). It's taken around 9 years of pushing as the NHS isn't really very well setup to treat it as the GP system acts as an ill advised barrier. To those that know me well, it's likely to explain my energy, drive and inability to finish any books given as gifts (if not entirely visual). I'm lucky in respect of the fact that during this process I have been given a diagnosis of Autism, that in combination with a high IQ, gives me an interesting trifecta that can allow for my hyper focus and obsession for detail and process, to transpire into delivering large mental leaps in my creative process. But this isn't something I can always turn off. I rarely stop, and for example have not had a day off for 5 months. Even when I do go away, I design and find new ways of making things. These can be great from a business perspective, but life is about balance.I am not going to be doing any client work this week at the studio whilst I acclimatise to this medication, so I won't be answering emails or calls as I'm going to take some time for myself. But I hope to come back more Focused and full of energy after this. I'm determined to turn this into my #superpower
I'm sure there are many of you that are going through a similar thing, or know someone that is. Telling someone to with Adhd to
So today starts a new chapter in my life, and it's taken a long time to get here. I'm 38 years old, and I finally have my final clinical diagnosis of having ADHD and today I begin my new medication (Concerta Xl). It's taken around 9 years of pushing as the NHS isn't really very well setup to treat it as the GP system acts as an ill advised barrier. To those that know me well, it's likely to explain my energy, drive and inability to finish any books given as gifts (if not entirely visual). I'm lucky in respect of the fact that during this process I have been given a diagnosis of Autism, that in combination with a high IQ, gives me an interesting trifecta that can allow for my hyper focus and obsession for detail and process, to transpire into delivering large mental leaps in my creative process. But this isn't something I can always turn off. I rarely stop, and for example have not had a day off for 5 months. Even when I do go away, I design and find new ways of making things. These can be great from a business perspective, but life is about balance.I am not going to be doing any client work this week at the studio whilst I acclimatise to this medication, so I won't be answering emails or calls as I'm going to take some time for myself. But I hope to come back more Focused and full of energy after this. I'm determined to turn this into my #superpower I'm sure there are many of you that are going through a similar thing, or know someone that is. Telling someone to with Adhd to "just focus" or "write lists" is like telling a clinically depressed person to be happy. It's a neurological development issue, not something learned or chosen.People with Adhd are 300% more likely to start a business than those without, and for me it's always felt like my only option to be myself. So chances are, your already working for one of us πŸ™‚ #adhd #dignosis #development #findingmeaning #journey #adhdsuperpower #focus #medication #becomingbetter #hiddenfromview #workaholic #energy #power #superpower #iq #autism
Today is a sad day as I have to (begrudgingly) give these tools back to @grcfein after a couple of weeks on test. I have grown quite attached to them as they all run off the 5.2ah lithium batteries that my drill set came with. Personally I had always had reservations about cordless sds and cordless angle grinders... But after this... Nope... They make life and use even easier. The specs on this sds drill have it at 2j of energy per punch and a weight of 2.2kg, yes my plug in Makita Sds weighs 3.3kg and only has 2.3j of energy. Whilst I definitely will need plug in for sustained drilling/breaking... I was seriously impressed when I used this sds to stich drill out a 100mm pipe from my wall at home. The wall. Was 300mm thick, and the only sds bit I had Long enough was 20mm. The battery allowed for around 50 mins of sustained drilling through yellow brick (really hard going). I think the total. Number of holes was around 30+. Not bad for a battery drill. The angle grinder helped when my brother and myself had to an emergency chimney stack removal on the house after the new windows were fitted. It had a flue liner inside and this made short work of lopping it off. Again, with a fresh battery it was amazing! I think the sds will be making its way into my tool box soon, along with the angle grinder.. Its just the sheer convenience. Sadly didn't have the need to use the collated screw Gun.. As we nailed the roof planks on the cabin. Thank you @grcfein although... If you want.. I can look After them forever if you like #pleasedonttakethemback #lasercutlondon #fein #toolsofmassdestruction #orange #sds #anglegrinder #hardworking #5point2ah #tools #workingwednesday #cordless #battery @fein_uk
Today is a sad day as I have to (begrudgingly) give these tools back to @grcfein after a couple of weeks on test. I have grown quite attached to them as they all run off the 5.2ah lithium batteries that my drill set came with. Personally I had always had reservations about cordless sds and cordless angle grinders... But after this... Nope... They make life and use even easier. The specs on this sds drill have it at 2j of energy per punch and a weight of 2.2kg, yes my plug in Makita Sds weighs 3.3kg and only has 2.3j of energy. Whilst I definitely will need plug in for sustained drilling/breaking... I was seriously impressed when I used this sds to stich drill out a 100mm pipe from my wall at home. The wall. Was 300mm thick, and the only sds bit I had Long enough was 20mm. The battery allowed for around 50 mins of sustained drilling through yellow brick (really hard going). I think the total. Number of holes was around 30+. Not bad for a battery drill. The angle grinder helped when my brother and myself had to an emergency chimney stack removal on the house after the new windows were fitted. It had a flue liner inside and this made short work of lopping it off. Again, with a fresh battery it was amazing! I think the sds will be making its way into my tool box soon, along with the angle grinder.. Its just the sheer convenience. Sadly didn't have the need to use the collated screw Gun.. As we nailed the roof planks on the cabin. Thank you @grcfein although... If you want.. I can look After them forever if you like #pleasedonttakethemback #lasercutlondon #fein #toolsofmassdestruction #orange #sds #anglegrinder #hardworking #5point2ah #tools #workingwednesday #cordless #battery @fein_uk