Moving Is Such A Pain. Items That Will Make Mine Easier
So there will be a point next week that I am going to be super stressed and over worked. I will be spending a few days in the Dallas area helping my daughter move. I am not looking forward to it at all.
It's not so much the actual moving process. I will have movers for that. It really is the packing, unpacking oh and decorating the house. I hate the process of hanging pictures and of course all of the curtains she will need. Getting out the electric screwdriver to help with the process for the curtains. I am not fond of it. I usually have to start over a time or two.
The one good thing about this move is I have found a couple products to help me work smarter, not harder. That is what they always say. I should have a much easier time hanging pictures and hopefully the curtains too.
The first product is a Picture Hanging Kit from Saker. It is brilliant. If you are not an expert this will save you.
No matter what picture you want to hang it will help you. If you need to hang one that has two brackets all you have to do is remove those two metal keys. They are magnetic so they will cling to the brackets. They also have a sharp area on the other end. So you push them into the wall and it will create a whole where you need to hammer in the nails. Easy peasy. Also there is a level so you can make sure that the picture is not all crooked.
It doesn't matter how your pictures hang this kit has the tools to make the project a snap. I can't wait to try it out.
Another item I am going to love is these brackets to help hang your curtains. Oh my goodness where have these been all my life? They are called Tap Bracket and they make curtains hanging problems a thing of the past.
All you do is hammer the bracket into the window trim. There are no drills needed. No messing up. Just a lot of saved time.
I can not be more excited. Yes moving is such a pain. Especially when you only have a couple of days to get it done. Any tricks to make my job easier is certainly appreciated.
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