Breaking News!! Australian Skilled Occupation List Changes – March 2019

well hello ever an Andrew from Visa Hero today
I just wanted to run through some changes which were announced today March
the 11th 2019 and in regards to the occupation lists for visas for Australia
quite a lot of occupations of chopped and changed and being moved around to
different lists I’m not going to go through every single changes as so many
to get your head round but I’ll just run through some of the main changes just so
you’re aware have written a few of them down here on the paper and I’ll bring
them up on that on the wall here as well so the first ones in terms of the
employer nominated scheme 186 of permanent residents these are employer
sponsored visa for people to come to Australia or get sponsored here and
what’s happened here is eight occupations have been added to this list
so these eight occupations and how potentially can get sponsored with a
employer nominated scheme 186 visa essentially it means they’re now on
what’s called the medium long term list so you can see just to my right and
these eight occupations so there we go so yeah good news for dancers pressure
welders tennis coaches and footballers basically moving on to a different visa
now so this is the temporary skill shortage visa the 482 so this again is a
company sponsored visa or potentially up to four years so two occupations have
been addict’s of the medium long term list for this visa meaning they can
potentially access a four year visa with the option of
residency after three so good news for these two occupations which apart
telecommunications network planner and pressure
well there’s they’ll be celebrating tonight in the streets of Australia
somewhere so yeah so those two occupations will have the option of
getting a four-year TSS visa and the potential of getting your permanent
residency after three and applying for another visa still over the TSS for a to
visa six occupations have been moved from the short-term lists of the medium
long term missus so also good news for these occupations on the screen there
just to my right so yeah there’s one I’ve mentioned just out of those so
footballers have also actually interestingly got a limitation or what’s
called a caveat against it which means that the salary for these footballers
must be over one hundred and twenty thousand dollars per year peanuts
football of these days I think and Gareth Bale in Madrid’s in that in
Australia so yeah so that’s big changes there also interestingly dentists of
being moved on to the regional list as well so dentists in regional areas can
also get sponsored for the TSS or a to either
stealth of the TSS 482 visa there’s been five occupations which have been
completely removed from the list which you can see that so not good news for
library technicians moving on to different visas now so we’re going to
look at the skilled independent one eight nine a skilled regional four eight
nine family sponsored and the the temporary graduate through the graduate
work stream so thirty-six occupations have been added to the medium-term list
so it can potentially be eligible for those three visas so as I said the
skilled independent one eight nine skill of regional for eight nine family
sponsored and the temporary graduates and graduate work stream for 85 for
thirty-six occupations which you can see hopefully just about on the screen there
and have been added to that list of potentially can get access to those
visas so I just wanted to mention as well in terms of the skill assessing
authority changes so five occupations have changed who will assess them in
terms of their skills so you can see the five occupations they’re just just
behind me so essentially family support worker resident residential care
officers Disability Services officers just to be clear will move from vet
assess to the ACWA so they’ll be no longer assessed by bet assess we’ll go
now to be assessed from the ACWA a big change there okay thank you so much for
watching really appreciate it if you found this video interesting it or you
know want to get more up-to-date news and things to do with everything to do
with immigration please click the subscribe
button just below the little video and yeah we will be in touch very soon thank
you so much for listening take

ไปตลาดสำเพ็ง ชิม ช็อป ซื้อBest Bangkok Wholesale Market – SAMPENG – Chinatown – Hyperspeed tour

Subscribe for more Videos press the bell for notification We took the BTS to Hua Lamphong Station Now we are heading to Sampeng Wholesale Makret let’s Go Tuk Tuk Ride is 70 Baht Is about 10 min ride from Hua Lamphong depend on traffic Sampeng is basically inside Chinatown bangkok You can also take the Bus for less than 15 baht Chinese Fried Food, Popiah Spring roll, Tofu Yum cake, Is also Vegetarian Topped with sweet Chilli Sauce and Grinded Peanut Let’s go eat ” Yen Tofu ” Pink Noodle Rice Noodle with Tofu and Seafood with vegetable My Lunch , Large Rice noodle ” Yen tofu ” Plus Orange juice Welcome to the Sampeng Wholesale Market Be ready to spend a Few hour here Sampeng wholesale market Sell a variety of things Push cart food vendor is also all over the place 120 baht wholesale price even for 1 pcs 120 Baht Wholesale price i change my mind , i am Buying 200 Baht Only 200 Baht This fried fish paste look delicious Fruit and Orange Juice from 20baht Mini Donut More Popiah This place is Totaly Crowded Sponge Toys look like you can eat it . LOL Remember to bring some water !!! Rainbow Color plush toys Hand powered Mini Fan I need to get one !! flash flash, energy saving Mini Fan More shops and more food ahead Wow , a Hidden temple here. Colorful keychian The Sampeng Market is make up of 3 Long Lane of shops All connecting to each other Reach the Bag section of the sampeng market i am in heaven . i love bags Friend ” Gu Chai ” Bitter herbal vegetable rice cake food carts is all over the place i wonder who is he waiting for ? This look delicious too Amazing this place seem so Endless Everything on wholesale price here !!! Choose what you like 100 Baht !! 100 baht !!! 100 baht !!! More Bags , more shoes , more toys Ann just love bags !!! Told you she stop at almost every bags shop i wonder where we are now ??? 20 Baht a pack . Pineapple . the shop is next to me i need some food . Kanom Tokyo !!!! Minced pork , egg and hotdog optional Ham and bacon Is ready , 40 baht finally we reach th e last lane of sampeng market Subscribe for more videos press bell for notification can we find a place to sit down OK

In the Workplace: AIM Employment Services

Many employers are looking for employees who are reliable, eager to work and have an eye for detail someone who is loyal and committed who is specifically matched to your workplace and meets your business needs Hi my name is Scott I’ve been working as an administrative
assistant for the last eight months and I really enjoy my job. I have autism. AIM employment assist individuals with Autism to find and maintain employment and
provide initial training and ongoing support to both the clients and the
employer. We have around 200 clients in our program with a wide range of varying skills and abilities It’s really essential for us that we get the right job match for the employer and for the client to ensure longevity in the job. The program as a whole, working with the autism Association of West Australia, has
been absolutely fantastic. The support they’ve given us and their client has been second to none It has filled positions that we’ve struggled to fill for two to five years and now it’s been five years trouble free We have clients that are looking for anything from ten hours per week up to full time so really
whatever position is available we might have the person that suits that position. We know certain days of the week a staff member is going to come there on time they’re accurate, precise in the work they do and the output we get is; you could set a
clock to it; I couldn’t be happier There are two financial incentives for
employers firstly there’s a wage subsidy that’s
available for all of our clients and secondly there are productivity wages
that are available for some of our clients if their productivity is lower
than that of their co-workers We did have fears employing people with autism but in all truth it has given the whole company a real sense of social
inclusion I’d highly recommended it to absolutely anyone considering it If you have any employment opportunities you want to find out more about the program; or if you have any questions please give us a call and we can come out to you.

Is a Recession Coming? 3 Signs of a Stock Market Crash in 2019/2020

Hi, and welcome to The Motley Fool’s Bottom
Line series! In this episode, we’re going to take a look at a few signs that indicate
that the U.S. may be headed for a recession, and what that means for the U.S.
economy and the stock market. A decade ago, things were looking pretty dire.
In October 2009, the U.S. unemployment rate peaked at 10%. The Federal Reserve was scrambling
to incite calm in a very jittery stock market and U.S. economy. Just seven months earlier,
the Dow Jones Industrial Average, NASDAQ Composite, and broad-based S&P 500
all hit multi-year lows. But things have rebounded in a big way over
the past decade. We’re currently in the midst of the longest expansionary period for the
U.S. economy in recorded history. The unemployment rate is at a nearly 50-year low, and the Dow,
NASDAQ and S&P 500 have all hit record highs since the Great Recession. Unfortunately,
all good things must come to an end. Right now, there are a few red flags indicating
that there could be trouble ahead for the U.S. economy and the stock market. 
The first red flag is the inverted yield curve. A yield curve and version happens when longer-maturing
bonds have a lower yield than shorter-maturing bonds. Generally speaking, short-term bonds
should have lower yields than long-term bonds. After all, if you’re giving up your money
for a longer period of time, you expect to be paid more for doing so. But over the past
couple of months, the two-year and 10-year Treasury note swapped places a few times,
with the two-year note bearing a higher yield than the 10-year, which is known as an inversion.
Every single recession in the U.S. economy since World War Two has been preceded by an
inversion of the yield curve — although, it’s important to note that not all yield
inversions have necessarily been followed by a recession. Nevertheless, inversions don’t
come about unless there’s some serious concern about the health of the U.S. economy. 
A second concern for the economy is the current contraction in U.S. manufacturing. The Institute for
Supply Management releases its Purchasing Managers’ Index every month, which is a gauge
for how the manufacturing sector is doing in the U.S. In September, the PMI fell to
47.8%. That’s the lowest percentage it’s been since June 2009, and any reading
below 50 signals a contraction. There’s little doubt that the ongoing trade
war between the U.S. and China is the biggest headwind in this confidence collapse in manufacturing.
Peter Boockvar, the chief investment officer at Bleakley Advisory Group, recently said
that we have now tariffed our way into a manufacturing recession in the U.S. and globally. The U.S.
and China have been trying to work out a long-term trade deal for more than a year now,
with tariffs being imposed on and off for the past 15 months. There’s simply no quick fix to
the trade war, and the longer it lingers, the more U.S. manufacturing may suffer. 
Lastly, history would suggest that the stock market and U.S. economy are primed for a recession.
Despite more than 10 years of expansion, there’s a good probability that a recession will happen
sooner rather than later. The U.S. has had 14 recessions over the past 90 years, or about
one every six and a half years. Even though the U.S. economy doesn’t stick to averages,
this long-term data is pretty clear that recessions are a natural and unavoidable part of the
economic cycle. We also know that stock market corrections are perfectly normal. In fact,
the S&P 500 has had 37 corrections of at least 10% since 1950. The bottom
line is that no matter what the U.S. economy has historically thrown at the
Dow, NASDAQ, or S&P 500, they’ve always bounced back stronger than they were before.
That’s why long-term investors continue to be rewarded for their patience. 
Thanks for watching this video! Do you think the U.S. economy is headed for a recession
in 2020? Let us know in the comments below. If you liked this video, click the thumbs
up button and hit subscribe. It helps us to reach more people, which allows us
to make more awesome content.

USC MS, Business Analytics Admissions Video 2020 – Archit Patel

Hi, I am Archit Patel As a current aspirant and future Trojan who’s had the distinct pleasure of serving as a business analyst, & working closely with Fortune 100 clients for past 3 years I envision success and symbiotic growth as I pursue the opportunity to collaborate with distinguished professors and peers at Marshall. Having experience tackling a vast multitude of business problems in Supply chain and Marketing domain I find myself in an advantageous position to contribute while I seek to learn more about advanced statistical techniques. In addition to my technical experiences, I find tremendous scope to further my passion for volunteering at USC’s Lava Lab. Having worked with non-profits such as AIESEC and Teach For India I have been able to create meaningful contributions by improving education outcomes for less-privileged children This work motivates me to continue to contribute towards social welfare, and help champion my motto of “Love All, Serve All” In essence, I find a natural fit at USC to fulfill my personal and professional aspirations. Thank you!

How to set up an item to sell in Dynamics 365 Business Central

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Set up an item to sell. In Business Central, products and services are called items and they form the basis of the trade capabilities. This video shows how to enter the basic settings for an item. To create a new item, in the search field, we’ll enter “Items” and then choose the link in the search results. Now we’ll choose New to create a new item. If we have created templates for items, a page will open and prompt us to choose a template. Item templates are a way to save time and add consistency when we create new items. We can create templates that contain information that specific types of items have in common. When we create an item of that type and choose the template, the shared information is already entered. We’ll choose the Item template. On the Item fast tab, we’ll enter a description of the new item, and choose the type. We can choose from 3 types of items. The Inventory type is used for items that we track physical inventory for, Non-Inventory is used for items that we don’t track, and Services for service items, such as those we bill based on time. Now we’ll specify the Base Unit of Measure, which is how we measure the physical inventory for this item. All item ledger entries for this item will be posted with this unit of measure. On the Item fast tab, we can also assign the item to a category by choosing an option in the Item Category Code field. Moving on to the Inventory fast tab, we can define the physical attributes of the item in the Net Weight, Gross Weight, and Unit Volume fields. We can also set up some safeguards here. For example, in the Stockout Warning field, we can specify whether we want a warning message to display when someone chooses an item on a sales document, but the quantity they’re selling will bring the inventory level below 0. Or, in the Prevent Negative Inventory field, we can prevent people from posting sales documents when quantities will bring our inventory level below 0 for the item. We might have to choose Show more to see this field. Next is the Costs and Posting fast tab. Here we’ll choose a costing method to specify how we want to calculate the cost of the item. There’s also the Posting Details section, which is where we define how the item is posted in the chart of accounts. The Inventory Posting Group field defines the general ledger account in the balance sheet, and the General Product Posting Group field defines the general ledger accounts for selling and purchasing the item. Finally, depending on our region, in either the Tax Group Code or the VAT Product Posting Group fields, we’ll choose an option to specify the tax percentage for the item. On the Prices and Sales fast tab, in the Unit Price field, we can specify how much we’ll sell 1 unit of the item for. The price can include sales tax. If it does, in the Unit Price Excluding Tax field, we can specify the price before tax is added. Some additional settings we might make here are the Allow Invoice Discount field, which specifies whether we want to include this item in invoice discount calculations, the Item Discount Group field, which specifies whether to include the item in a discount group, and the Sales Unit of Measure field, which defines a default unit of measure when we choose the item on sales documents. We can add more details about the item on the remaining fast tabs. For example, on the Replenishment fast tab we can enter settings for restocking the item. On the Planning fast tab we’ll find settings for reordering the item. On the Item Tracking fast tab, if we want to track this item in our supply chain by using serial or lot numbers, we can select an option in the Item Tracking Code field. Lastly, if we’re using warehousing capabilities, we’ll find settings for that on the Warehouse fast tab. And that’s it. Our item is created and ready to sell.

A new chance at employment for Syrian refugees in Jordan

Hundreds of thousands
of registered Syrian refugees now live in Jordan… driven from their homes
by the civil war in Syria. There are few chances for employment. But a new initiative by the
International Labour Organization is connecting local employers
with refugees seeking work. The initiative makes use of the Jordan Compact, an agreement between
the European Union and Jordan. The Compact gives products
manufactured by Jordanian companies, which have at least 15%
of their workforce as refugees, preferential treatment in the European market. The ILO has set up
special employment centers to identify opportunities for both
Jordanian and Syrian job seekers in agriculture, construction and manufacturing. In a pilot project, a local ILO employment office organized a job fair and career days inside the Zaatari Refugee Camp. Nearly 50 companies participated, offering 1,300 job vacancies
for both men and women. Job seekers were connected to the employers. One garment manufacturing
company hired 19 women from the camp. “I am a resident at Zaatari Camp, and through the job fair, I registered and was called for an interview, then was accepted to work here. When I first arrived
they gave me some training, and gradually
I was placed on a production line.” For employers, the decision to integrate refugees
into their workforce is paying off. “I would like to recommend
to other factories that, as per our experience as the first factory
to employ Syrian workers here, they are very loyal…
they are cooperative.” “We consider this
a pilot experience, and we will benefit from it a lot. This will also allow us to attract more people whether from inside
or outside the camp. This allows us to expand
the project further and have the largest number of beneficiaries.” “At first, our financial situation
was very difficult. Now our livelihoods have become better. We feel more comfortable and we feel like we have a second
chance to make a better life.” For the refugees who now have
a chance at stable employment, the program has changed their lives, and those of their families.

I`m Russian Occupant (ENG Sub)

Hello! I’m a Russian occupant. It is my profession. It just so happened historically. I once occupied Siberia. Now they produce oil, gas, aluminum and other useful stuff. Now there are cities with kindergartens and hospitals. Now they can’t sell women for a bundle of sable skins, like it used to be before the Russians. I occupied the Baltic States. Many factories and power plants were built on their farm lands. Baltic States used to produce high quality radio equipment and cars, famous perfume and balms. I was asked to leave them… Now they sell sprats, and part of their people clean toilets in Europe. I invaded Central Asia. In bare steppes I built canals, factories, spaceports, hospitals and stadiums. They started building space rockets and planes, developing their industry, growing wheat and cotton for the whole country. I was asked to leave them. Now there are developing American loans and to grow marijuana. Part of their population went to work at the construction sites of the former occupants. I occupied Ukraine. Together with the Ukrainians I built aircraft engines, ships tanks and cars. I was asked to leave them. Now they are destroying all that is left of the occupant. Moreover, they don’t build anything new, except for endless “Maidans” and dictatorship. Yes, I’m an occupant! And I’m tired of apologizing for it! I’m an occupant by birthright, an aggressor and a bloodthirsty monster. Be afraid! I suffered the atrocities of the Polish invaders during the Time of Troubles, but how did this intervention end? I burned Moscow, so that Napoleon wouldn’t get it. But how did Napoleon end up? I sat in a trench at Volokolamsk, knowing that the Nazis could not be held up. Where are these Nazis now along with their cursed Hitler? All and sundry used to come to my house: the Turks, the British, the Poles, the Germans, the French. We’ve got enough land for everyone two and a half meters for each one of them! Please, understand, I don’t need your hypocritical “freedom”. I don’t need your rotten “democracy”. Everything that you call “the Western values” is alien to me! I have other interests. I politely warn you for the last time – don’t mess with me! I build peace, I love peace, but I know how to fight better, than anybody else. Sincerely, your Russian occupant.

H1B – MOST COMMONLY DENIED OCCUPATIONS, Immigration Lawyer in California

Everybody this is Jacob Sapochnick immigration
attorney based in San Diego California. In this video, I’m going to share with you
the most common occupations that I’ve seen been denied over and over for H1B Visas. The first one marketing manager, marketing
managers became very difficult to get approved. We’ve seen quite a few denials, some of them
are cases some from other attorneys that came to us for second opinions and we try to help
with our fees. Marketing managers are very difficult to get
H1B approvals right now. They’re not impossible but they’re very difficult. And the reason is because Immigration Service
claim that the Occupational Outlook Handbook Marketing Managers do not require a specific
degree or a bachelor at all. Another occupation is business development
manager. They fall under the market research analyst
category. And those we’ve seen quite a few denials in
the past two years. So remember Business Development Manager,
Market research Analyst those are quite difficult these days to get approvals. Again they’re not impossible but the rate
of requests for evidence has increased tremendously. Another one which is quite surprising we discover
it is the tech legal technical writer or any technical writer. Those we’ve seen high increasing denials in
the last year previous H1B session. And also now we do extensions, so technical
writers are getting denied as well. And again, the common reason is that there
is no specific degree that is required for this occupation to get an H1B position. Another one that is quite common is a computer
programmer. A lot of the computer based on some recent
memos that came from the US areas it’s very difficult to get computer programmers get
approvals for H1B because again they don’t think that a degree is required for those
occupations. Another one that we’ve seen recently that
go denial was a financial analyst for a business that doesn’t common often do financial work. So, for example, it was a large restaurant
and we tried to do an H1B for a financial position within that large restaurant and
there we received a very very large fee. And so we see a college trade right now that
intuition will say, yes maybe that we requires maybe the position has a degree but in that
industry it’s not common for that industry to have a degree for that position again. So that’s kind of another shift in H1B denials. Another one to see is a lot of the Sales Positions. Sales position as H1B is very difficult to
obtain are now almost impossible to do. So anything in sales, we consider doing an
H1B when we all kind of find a different job description to do that. In other ones we’ve seen get got quite a few
denials was H1B in arts and fashion. So positions that are efficient that are not
specifically targeted for a position like a designer or of somebody who does computer
work. Anything outside of that will be very highly
scrutinized today over get denied. We’ll continue to post more positions or we’ll
see they get denied. But there’s just some of the ones that I want
to kind of share with you guys as now we’re entering H1B season. So hopefully if you are doing H1B visas around
those occupations consult an experienced H1B lawyer. They’ll find a way around it. Thanks for watching. Post comments below. Subscribe to this channel and I see you on
our next video.

Perfect Productive Workspace – Minimal Office + Desk Tour

To do our best work we need three things:
clear goals, time to focus, and a distraction-free workspace. Hi I’m
Matthew Encina and in this video I’ll share my perfect productive workspace,
which I use for writing, editing, and designing. I’ll also share a few of the
tools and processes I use to stay focused. I’ve been working in this office
for about eight years. While it was beautiful at first, overtime I
accumulated tons of stuff and let it get a bit messy. I felt like I needed a
refresh. Luckily a new office in the building
opened up, so I took the opportunity to start with a clean canvas and design it
from the ground up. For my job as the chief content officer at The Futur, my
time is split doing two things: making content, and managing the team. So I
wanted a space that would allow me to do deep work, and incorporate systems to
help me focus on the most important day to day tasks. To start the office design
process I blocked out the space in my favorite 3d program. I know it’s super
nerdy. This helped me figure out the general layout before committing to any
big efforts or purchases. Personally, I like dark minimal spaces, so I decided to
paint two of the walls dark grey. Which I color matched to the other areas of the
building. Once the space was cleaned out and painted, I began getting furniture
and accessories to meet my essential needs. To start off I needed the perfect
desk. I’ve previously used a standing desk for five years and it’s helped me
with my posture and relieve my back pain. So now I was looking for an upgrade that
would look handsome in my new space. Luckily, the good people over at Ergonofis had sent me the Sway desk. It’s a motorized sit-stand desk that’s
made of solid walnut and has black detailed finishes. It gives me a lot of
real estate to work on, and has programmable settings so I can lock it
in the optimal height for both sitting and standing. When I’m doing management tasks like reviewing work or emailing, I prefer to be standing. Yhis adds a little
more immediacy to the task and gives me a reason to get up several times a day.
When it’s time to create and do some critical thinking, I move into a seated
position. To sit comfortably for long sprints I use the Herman Miller Aeron
chair. This allows me to forget about my surroundings and dive into some deep
work. To keep me focused I use a project management tool called Notion. In it I
have a custom document that I use to track my big goals as well as daily
tasks week to week. For the rest of the space I wanted to keep a consistent
aesthetic so I tried to match the rest of my accessories to pair with the
walnut wood at my desk and the dark paint on my walls. To maximize my desk
space I have this Ergonofis office desk shelf to elevate my monitor and use this
vertical dock for my MacBook Pro. On my desk I have an Apple Magic Keyboard,
Logitech MX2s Master mouse, and a set of accessories from Grovemade to bring it
all together. I also use this Native Union dock to
charge my iPhone when it’s not in use. Because I work on video content,
monitoring audio is very important to me So I got the set of AudioEngine
speakers, which sound amazing and connects to my laptop through
Bluetooth. One of the key accessories on my desktop is this Echo Spot which I use
to set timers for my critical thinking work. If you’ve seen my other video on
productivity you know I break up my day into
90-minute focus sprints of uninterrupted work.
During that time I set a sprint goal and blocked myself off from all
distractions. I close the door, turn off notifications and emails, and
set a timer for 90 minutes of deep work. While having focus is very important,
little breaks throughout the day are just as valuable. I designed this cozy
corner to help me relax and add a little warmth to the space. This corner of my
office is especially designed for decompression. A big comfy Barcelona
chair surrounded by beautiful green indoor plants. The round rug on the floor
helps to visually anchor the open area and the organic shape of the plants
break up the straight lines in the room. This corner helps me rest my brain and
collect my thoughts in between sprints of work. To promote mental clarity, I
wanted to keep the space visually minimal. But with all the devices I use
come many many wires. To tame this mess I routed everything underneath and behind
the desk using these adhesive cable clips, and velcro ties. For power, I
mounted a power strip underneath my desk using this 3M frame adhesive and screwed in an additional power strip on the side. For easy access to keep my desktop
clutter-free I installed this matching drawer to have quick access to my
writing tools. To connect my MacBook to my setup I’ve hidden this USB C hub
behind my monitor and attached it using the same 3M adhesive strip. I also
mounted this catch-all by Grovemade which I used to hang my keys and empty
my pockets as I get in. To the side of my desk I have a vintage coat rack to hang
my jackets and to hold my backpack. Across the room I built this industrial
style storage unit from Ikea. In it I store the books I reference often, ideas
of the past, and a few boxes for things I rarely access.
To light my space I was looking for a flexible system that would adjust as the
day transitions into night. To accomplish this I invested in a set of Philips Hue
lights. I use these play lights behind my monitor, and added these bulbs in the
lamps I had in the room. The cool thing about this system is that I can access a
wide range of colors with the app and control it using Alexa voice commands
through the Echo Spot on my desk. This gives me plenty of ambient lighting,
which I can adjust for cool temperatures during the day for focus, and can shift
into warm temperatures at night when I’m winding down. And that’s my perfect
productive workspace. There’s a lot of empty space in the room for potential
shelving or decorations, but for now I thought I’d keep it minimal and live in
the space a bit before I add anything more. If you’re interested in anything
featured here I’ve left links for you in the description. And if you want to see
more content from me don’t forget to subscribe and check out my other videos.
I also want to thank Ergonofis, Grovemade, and orbit key for sending me their
goods to help me optimize my space. If you have any questions, leave me a
comment and I’ll do my best to answer them. With that out of the way it’s time
to get back to work.