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Pro tips from Chris! -The Chicago patch
If you have a hole in the wall that you cannot put some sort of reinforcing wood behind, or just dont have the cash to pay someone to come and repair this, here is a step by step of my favorite way to patch a wall (only cause its kinda cool) 💴
grab a drywall knife, hawk or a bucket, pencil, square or tape measure, exacto knife, a piece of drywall thats at least 2 inches larger all the way around than the hole and some drywall mud, I like machine mud because its like using whipped cream compared to peanut butter if you get the red box.
Mark the hole width and height on your drywall (extra pro tip always go smaller never exact size)
Get your square and ON THE BACK OF THE DRYWALL cut along your lines do it looks like a misshaped pound sign. .
Snap and peel off the drywall, leaving the front face of the paper and the middle
MAKE SURE IT FITS, trim accordingly
Add mudd around the hole in the wall and along the edges of the drywall patch piece
Put in place gently
Using your drywall knife put pressure on the wall where the paper hangs onto the existing wall, get as much mud out as you can while making the joint smooth and creating a ramp from the existing into the patch edge
Smooth out drywall as best as possible, be careful the paper will start to get wet and may tear. Let it be smooth but dont try to be perfect
Any thick lines on the old wall gently flatten or you will have to fix them later! (Dont worry you can always add more when its dry!) .
Let it dry overnight,sand and add light coats until its smooth
I always give it one coat of paint when I think its done, then look at it and add more mud if needed. (Dont try to sand the painted mud its not worth the effort)
Sand again, paint and you just saved yourself a bunch of money! (And probably feel really good about yourself too!) Congrats!
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After a series of unfortunate events, school, work, and sickness I finally have exciting news 💫
I am officially SELF EMPLOYED as an INSURED CPT (Certified Personal Trainer)! 👊🏻
I have partnered with NEH and have gained my first two clients in just a day. I look forward to gaining more clients along the way, help them reach their goals, and start putting my love for personal training to work. 💯
My next goal? Complete my minor in nutrition, and become a Certified Nutritional Coach. 🍑
So, the final Kickstarter edition of Insured arrived 🐱. I wanted to compare both editions and show you some tips and tricks for beginners.
First of all the small shieldstones changed a bit. If an event hits the shieldstone it does refund at least one coin and isn't worthless directly. Also the display indicating the coins and hearts have changed. Now there are two discs which makes everything more visible and overseeable. And the characters have been reworked. They are more balanced now. 😻
Object of the game is to collect 20 coins/hearts or be the last one standing. While playing look that you doesn't run out of coins AND shieldstones. If you are missing both, your hearts will run towards zero. So, try to get a big refund instead of farming hearts because if you are missing shieldstones, the events will hit you hard. That's why you should invest into shieldstones. With them you get both, coins and hearts. The thing is, you don't know what event will follow. To grind coins you need to loan shieldstones which shouldn't be hit by any event, if you want to grind hearts you need to buy shieldstones which will be hit by events. The total number of elements in every event is the same. So it is smart to count the amount of elements already played (so, if you need coins and water hasn't been in the latest events I should work to buy shieldstones protecting you from water, they won't be destroyed and you get a big refund). Just synthetic damage is an element which appears more often than the other elements - keep it in mind. 😼
If you play Insured for the first time with a group of four I recommend that you start with easy compositions. Insured is a game where you have to negotiate a lot. But is would be better if you all start with characters who can help each other. There are 5 characters who can help and 3 characters who want to deal damage. Start with the kind characters and try to gather 20 coins or hearts until you get familiar with the core game. After this try 2 damage dealers and 2 healers, or try all damage dealers and angel. The last two compositions should help you combine the core game with smart negotiations. 😸
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