So I found out two things I wish I knew a long time ago, and it took me till my late 20's to learn. As I was moving, I had a couch that was never really very comfy that I was trying to dump off. And I was thinking to myself, god, this is the 13TH place in my life that I will call home, and every single time there is a piece of furniture that is heavy, back breaking and falling apart and cost at least a 100 for. This time it was the couch which was a nasty story I won't get in to. And then my girl and myself wanted to go a different route to get new furniture since so much of it broke in the move anyways. And after looking and looking, I stopped one time at K mart and said hey wait a minute. And I sat in a recliner from the garden section. I said why did I not have this nice garden furniture like this when I was a kid!?? I mean we had recliners but they where the cranck kind. Not this just sit back and the feet go up and the back down all automatically too wow cool. And I noticed that the recliner was only 30. And I can't remember a time in my life when I could get a recliner for inside my living room costing even as low as double that. And this seemed just as comfy as any other recliner and easier to clean. And then, I saw a rocky chair. It was only 45. And I thought christ! I never even saw a rockying chair for garden when I kid. So I said that's it. I am going to do the one thing I have never seen anyone do in fear of it looking tacky or whatever, and I am going to have garden furniture as my only furniture. I don't know why people have not done this more often? It seems perfect, and the best part is that if we move again I know this time I will not hurt myself or need help and if I ever go camping, I can just take this with. And the second revelation was that I could buy clones from dispensaries for 10 a clone! This is big news because I usually get seeds for half that much per seed and even when they all sprout only about 1 or 2 plants live, but clones already sprouted! WHY AM I JUST NOW seeing THIS? So my question is. What moment in your life did you find out there was an easier way to do something that you have been doing the hard way when you never had too for so long?