He Said She Said EPISODE #6

We filmed this back at the end of last summer, maybe early fall. It was when our basement bathroom was in the beginning stages. And I think I had 5 projects going at the same time. It seemed like a good time to address this topic and talk about our differences. I am sure most of you will be able to relate. Or at least that is what I tell myself so I don’t feel crazy……..


So how do you approach a project (or projects)?

How does your partner approach them?

Please share your thoughts in the comments below!

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  1. Mary says

    This is my first email from your website and have never written before on any blog but I must tell you that I think I am going to really enjoy your emails. The two of you are so cute together and a little funny too! Looking forward to your next email

  2. Danita Courtney says

    Can completely relate! Life seems to get in the way of my projects and then other things happen. But eventually they get done! You both made great sense! Thanks for sharing!!!

  3. Cath T says

    Stacy, I totally relate to your approach. I fizzle out on projects before I finish them, for many reasons. DH rarely does projects, so he always gets everything on his (teeny tiny) To Do list done. I must admit, if he sets his mind to something, he figures, why put off till tomorrow what I could finish up today. In the end, I get way more done than he does, because I start more projects, but he tends to finish things very promptly.

  4. says

    Y’all are so cute!
    I just discovered your videos and they are fun to watch and you two sound just like my hubby and me…
    we also live in an old home and although we love love love our craftsman, we have so many things that we’d like to do to it to upgrade/repair/restore. We have to be careful to put the projects in order of priority, which makes for some boring but necessary projects.
    Thanks for sharing your perspective with us– I agree!
    Blessings to you both as you make your home!

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