Maybe ancient man could survive by making arrowheads and clacking rocks together to make fire, but as humanity has grown more complex, so has its tools, writes Melissa Tucker in HomeStyle.
To be accomplished with any semblance of precision and efficiency, practically every job requires a machine or hand tool — especially in the areas of home and gardening. Case in point: You can hardly even hang a picture without a hammer.
And as humans, we’re relentlessly curious about the ways others accomplish their tasks. Maybe their way is better. Faster. Smarter. Building on the knowledge and expertise of others is how we grow.
So, we went to the experts and asked them what is the tool they couldn’t live without, whether it be cooking, designing or gardening. See Saturday’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette to see what they said.