Like a lot of other TU members, I am no longer young, and neither is my back.
I find myself standing when I'm lure building whenever possible, because sitting and working is painful for prolonged periods.
So I have a tendency to rush whatever I need to do while sitting down.
Well, a light finally went on in my "brain", and I rigged up a lure-holder on my tablesaw, spaced up to a comfortable working height. A 4X4 block, and wood clamp, and, presto, my Wart was way up and easy to work on.
It was amazing to be able to take my time while I was stenciling a crank, and the bonus was I saw everything much better because the angle of the light was better, too.
I'm posting this because I have been stuck in an old rut/habit that was limiting my enjoyment of my hobby, and this has reinvigorated me.
So I am suggesting we all revisit how we do stuff, and see if a new way might be better.