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Re: What skill level needed?
Funny you should ask, I began the professional phase of my life as a computer programmer and ended up being a rocket scientist! That's all analysis and logic with lots of wrong answers and only a few correct ones. R&R is nothing like that! For me, anyway, computer skills are easy. Developing something that is visually pleasing and tastefully done requires an artistic eye and a light touch. These are the things that attract me to R&R as an alternative career, the things that I struggle with the most, and the things that ultimately bring the most satisfaction.
I'd go with wood working like Vikki suggested.
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