We have all hands together around the world working on the coronavirus, okay maybe our hands aren’t touching because of social distancing, but our hands are still together in this! Many of us are good with our hands without knowing it, and we’re not just talking about the metaphorical sense of when you invest time into something. We’re talking about physically working with our hands, which many of us are doing on a daily basis even if we don’t consider ourselves good at it. Every time you lift something or type something into your phone you are working with your hands. Maybe you don’t have hands and that’s unfortunate but you can still get your hands involved in a metaphorical sense.
If you want to get better at working with your hands there are many things you can do. Here’s a list just to get started before we talk about our favorite thing–appliance repair.
8 Things to Get Better at Working with Your Hands
- Learning a musical instrument.
- Playing video games.
- Playing sports.
- Using a yo-yo.
- Playing difficult puzzles and board games.
- Habitual exercises.
- Writing with your opposite hand.
Bonus: The Best thing to Get Better With Your Hands
In our opinion, coming from first hand experience, repairing electronics in general is the best way to get better with your hands. We’re not saying repair a fridge while it’s still plugged in so that you’re extra careful not to get electrocuted. We’re actually saying that, unlike the 8 things above, appliance and computer repair is a direct service for another person. The things listed above can be considered services if you’re a professional tennis player or sell origami figures, but the Ethiopia Network recommends appliance repair for getting better with your hands because not only is it a service but it’s also a career that can earn you a good living in Canada, and ANYONE can do it! Also, writing with your opposite hand is a great one too!
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