I am trying to maintain a healthy life – work balance. As a result of that I have taken tomorrow’s schedule into account as well as my priority things to do, and decided to buy some furniture and assemble it tonight.
I have learned a few things as a result:
1. IKEA flat packs are the easiest flat packs to assemble. My product was NOT from IKEA.
2. You get what you pay for. The cubed shelving unit is for inside my wardrobe so it didn’t need to be swanky, but bits of it broke as I constructed it. You get what you pay for. It still fulfills its purpose and looks good, underneath my many dresses lol.
3. The instructions in cheaper products are often wrong and the more time you spend deciphering them, the more frustrated you become. It is best to use logic and make the instructions up yourself.
4. It doesn’t matter what TV show is on when you build furniture; however, when it’s The Bachelor and you realise you are enjoying a show you vowed you would never waste your time on, you really shouldn’t confess it on the Internet.
And you shouldn’t keep watching it, becoming interested in who does or doesn’t get a flipping rose. Bahahahahaha!