Every halfway professional trader should of course keep a trading journal to record his trades and to be able to evaluate them later. Some good trading software offers already integrated solutions, but that didn't stop me from programming my own software for our Project Smart-Trading-Systems.de and connecting it to our trading system. In addition to … Continue reading "Trading-Journal: Crypto Trading Bot for Kraken"
Many projects and ideas have already been presented here in the blog, which can be realised quickly and cost-effectively thanks to 3D printing. It's impossible to capture and collect everything that creative minds around the world come up with. Some funny toys for children and also helpful templates for the 3D printer from the field … Continue reading "Kids toys and other useful things from the 3D printer"
Easter is a joyful celebration, which brings great joy especially to children. Easter can be a wonderful time to do family activities together. There are great Easter markets, the Easter fire, the egg hunt and what the little ones particularly enjoy is preparing for Easter. Window pictures, dyeing eggs, rabbits, Easter chickens and Easter baskets … Continue reading "Eastern - Jesus and the Easter Bunny"
A Makiwara is a piece of sports equipment originating from Japan, which in karate is known mainly as a wooden hitting post. In the past (and partly still today) a makiwara is made of a flexible and non-splintering wooden board. One end of the board is driven vertically into the ground, and the other end … Continue reading "Training equipment: Makiwara 2.0"
Inspired by some of my last lighting projects for bedrooms and children's rooms, I had some motivation and above all time to tinker on the weekend. As with the Ikea Upcycling lamp for the children's room from the 3D printer, I wanted to turn something old into something new. This time, however, the lamp was … Continue reading "Ikea Upcycling idea: LED lamp with WiFi remote control"
Guitar holders for the wall or guitar stands are a nice thing, especially if the collection of musical instruments grows over the years. Personally, I like wall mounts quite well, because they not only create elegant storage space, but are also a real eye-catcher. Acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass, banjo or ukulele give the room … Continue reading "Guitar holder for the wall from the 3D printer"
Sushi is a Japanese dish made from cold, sour rice. Other ingredients to complement it include nori (dried and roasted seaweed), raw or smoked fish (e.g. tuna or salmon), raw seafood (e.g. prawns) and vegetables (e.g. avocado, cucumber, carrot or tofu). The Sushi is prepared in bite-sized pieces and served visually appealing. Table of contents:Make … Continue reading "Sushi: Maki and Nigri homemade"
Here and now the continuation from the first part, about sense and nonsense from the 3D printer. You can argue about the usefulness and usability, but for example you can't discuss away some practical kitchen helpers. What can you do if you want to prepare Wiener Schnitzel, for example, but the wooden meat tenderizer has … Continue reading "Even more useful things from the 3D printer"
A very big source of danger for children are windows, because the own child climbs from time to time with much skill on the window sill to look outside. An opened window, or one which can be opened easily, quickly becomes a threatening danger to life and limb if no appropriate precautions are taken. Security … Continue reading "Window child safety locks for a safe home"
Several doctors recommend that children spend at least half an hour a day in the fresh air, which I personally find quite conclusive. In some weather conditions, however, you may wonder whether it is good for the child's health. Often you have no idea about activities in cold weather, which would be fun for you … Continue reading "Children, cold weather and lots of fun"