Here's How to Use General Finishes Milk Paint to Get a Professional, Durable Finish for Your Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinets "You've seen what a difference new-looking cabinets can make in a kitchen. You've devoured DIY Pinterest boards, watched dozens of how-to tutorials, and read blogs from other DIYs on how to paint your cabinets yourself. Yet you haven't gotten started because you are worried that if you make a mistake, it will look worse than when you started or start to peel after a short while. There is also conflicting information about what types of paint you should use. Do you need to prep your cabinets before painting, or can you skip that step, as some people suggest? Should you glaze? What about topcoat? That's where Rachel Elise Trimble's new book, The Confident DIY Painter, comes in. The book helps people, just like you learn how to use General Finishes paint to get a professional, durable finish for your kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Stop the overwhelming analysis paralysis of spending so much time on research and take the guesswork out of painting your cabinets by using General Finishes milk paints from a cabinet pro that paints everyday.
Responsibility and professionalism are increasingly issues of concern for professional associations, employers and educators alike. When bad things happen, professionals are often held personally accountable for complex situations.Professional Responsibility and Professionalism advances our approaches to professional responsibility from individual-centred, virtue-based prescriptions towards understanding and responding effectively to the multi-faceted challenges encountered today by professionals working in dynamic complexity. The author applies a sociomaterial examination to specific examples drawn from different professional contexts of practice. She examines important implications for what professional responsibility and accountability might mean individually and collectively, and what it might be becoming when demands increasingly conflict, and when we accept that capacities for action are performed into existence in emergent and precarious webs of both human and nonhuman forces.
The chapters explore some of the most prominent questions in professional responsibility, including:
A major concern addressed by each chapter and the book as a whole is educating professionals in and for responsibility. Specific dilemmas and strategies are offered for educators in universities, workplaces and professional development contexts who seek new approaches to helping professionals learn to critically understand and practice responsibility today.
This book will appeal to a wide audience of education researchers and post-graduate students studying professional practice, professionalism and education across a wide range of disciplines. Health professions, professionals working in private practices, such as law, architecture and engineering, newer professions such as social work and policing, and educational professions at all levels will find stories and strategies reflecting key issues of their practice in this detailed exploration of professional responsibility and accountability.
This book is a look into the DIY part of my life, and so also doubles as an encyclopaedia of useful and not so useful things that will help every son of future generations to survive the credit crunch, the collapse of the banking system, the darkness of difficult times ahead, the .... Indeed, it is a reference book for all those who, like my dad was, are or are going to be poor middle class owners of homes. It shares a lifetime of experiences (mine and my dad's) with you and leaves you in no doubt as to how one should tackle life's little burdens, or how to avoid them in the first place. In the interests of being politically correct, the book may be bought and given as gifts by moms who have reason to believe that their daughters have an inclination towards DIY sort of things.
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