i was raised with the idea that if something is broken, you fix it. if your pants are too long, you hem them. if you dream something up, and it doesn’t already exist (heck, even if it does), you make it.
the fixer’s manifesto from sugru hits very close to home. i printed it out for beej’s stocking a couple of years ago when we were knee deep in remodeling, and after re-reading it this morning (now on the wall in his office), thought i’d better share it here with y’all. read it and live by it. purchase your own copy here.