Hammer Head by Nina MacLaughlin

Hammer Head: The Making of a CarpenterHammer Head: The Making of a Carpenter by Nina MacLaughlin

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Hammer Head will not change the way you look at life or provide “aha” moments, but it provides some simple truth about work and life.

I enjoyed how Nina MacLaughlin shares with us her fears in changing career path, the strength of the social pressure that feeds her anxiety, or event the financial difficulties of taking a pay cut.

There is no destination to this story, but the travel is the important part. It’s a book about learning and taking risk, and it’s a book about the importance of the work well done.

If you love crafting objects, you will enjoy this book. If you are frustrated with your current job, it may you motivate to change something in your career and give you a sense of the difficulties ahead.

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