If you have a honey in your life, chances are you wake up to a "honey-do list" every morning, too. Many's the Saturday I secretly wish the Mrs. didn't feel like overhauling the domestic decor or replacing hinges on doors which were perfectly fine standing at slight angles and only needing a teeny lift to open and close. Alas, such is the price of having a honey: you do.
That said, it's admittedly a much more pleasant experience with power tools-- especially cordless power tools. Take Harbor Freight's best-selling Drill Master 3/8" Cordless Drill/Driver with Keyless Chuck and 18V NiCd Battery. Just $19.99, it's the perfect size-- has got the perfect amount of power-- for taking care of the home. I use this drill for everything, including auger bits, spade bits, heavy drilling and driving tek screws. When I first started using it, I was so impressed I bought a second one just to keep another battery charged. I mean, when you think about it, with some of the big name brands a replacement battery can cost $40 or more. Me, I've got two complete drills and chargers, and I'm never out of power. The chuck is tight (no wobble), love the LED light, torque works well and the spindle is true. The electric brake is way helpful, too.
You're not going to find a better value for such a quality workhorse.
But here's a tip: Don't overcharge the battery. Charge it six hours and take it off the charger. The theory of letting the battery charge all the time so it's ready to go, is a fallacy and it kills the battery. Six hours, no more.
So here I go, hanging African masks and mounting curtain rod brackets, earthquake-proofing armoires and, yes, replacing hinges... happily, eagerly. After all, she WILL eventually run out of stuff to do. Right?