Wood Carver's workshopTraditional Shed, Dallas
Photography by Danny Piasack
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Consider the easiest categories. Whether it’s sports equipment, linens, gardening supplies or tools, Magnusson recommends choosing one category that will be easy to handle first — one without much sentimental connection. This could be going through kitchen supplies or a workbench and eliminating duplicates or items you know longer use.
11. Get a workshop. Studies have shown that working with your hands can actually relieve stress. What guy doesn't love hanging out in a garage tinkering, hammering and creating? More workshops: Stressed Out? Try Hitting the Woodshop
Interior designer Rhonda Vandiver White designed this woodshop for her husband inside their three-car garage. “It’s very much a man cave,” she says. When he moved into White's traditional-style house three years ago after they got married, he needed his own private space where he could carve wooden dragons, cowboy figurines and other sculptures.