• Matt


When we think of resources, time is oft-overlooked. How often are we "killing time" only to later be rushing around wishing we had more? Every moment that passes by is a moment we will never get back. There are many philosophies around what you should do with your time. Maybe you should work your ass off to better yourself and the world around you. Maybe you should relax and try to enjoy every moment the way you'd savor the last piece of homemade pie at a family gathering. Maybe you should just try your best to get by, or you should try to be the best at something. I'm not in the business of telling you "should's" - that is your business. I am, however, in the business of selling fine handmade goods made by myself at my family's homestead - and if time seems to be always slipping away from you, you can now keep better track with wooden clocks designed with hand burned pyrography, finished with food grade butcher block oil (not that you're gonna be eating off of these things, right?). These are just a few of the products you can currently find in our store.

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