nope this is not us, just a cute couple in a kitchen
And now, back to the kitchen. As much as I want to stay in hearts-and-flowers land, it's time to return to reality. And we need a plan for this project if we're ever going to get it done. I need to know what my tasks are, and Michael needs to know his, and then we need to get to it.
pinterest; oh, and i love the window seat and these chairs from ikea
Speaking of couples and teamwork, have you seen the awesome series Honey-Do List? It's a real-life look at couples working well, and hilariously, together. I love it! Check it out here, here and here.
elle decor; great eat-in kitchen and in love with the lighting
Anyway, my first task is to delegate those tasks. And I know I've left out some things. I'm sure this will be a work in progress. So, "what" is the task, "who" is who does it (me, Michael, or outside help), "when" is the eta for completion (notice these are a big blank so far!! I will fill them in as we go), and "done" is my favorite column where we check off what's actually finished (oh to dream!)!
Phew, that list is daunting!! Do you always make a project list for a big project? Does it help things go more smoothly? I'm a listmaker, and I need to know what's next, and to check things off. I know this will get us going, and keep us on track. How does it work for you?