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BoGHWoodworking is not a difficult endeavor. It’s not, really. It is woodworkers that make it difficult. Over-thinking and sweating the small stuff causes us to pause, or even stop. It’s better to get out in the shop and make something – anything – happen.

Just recently, in a comment posted to my personal blog site, a fellow woodworker wrote, “Your practicality is one of your greatest assets. Thanks for helping those of us that need the “keep it simple stupid” method.”

Keep it simple stupid. I love that phrase. I live that phrase. There are easy, simple ways to get projects built. That is my woodworking philosophy. That is also the premise behind a gathering of DVDs, books and articles in what the company calls “The Best of Glen Huey.” BoxBelow are a few highlights from the collection. (Click here for the complete listing.)

One of my favorite articles from the pages of Popular Woodworking Magazine (PWM) is the Pennsylvania Spice Box.


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