3.) Insulate and drywall History Wall - Nope. Although hubby may get a wild hair while I'm gone and do it.
4.) Fix pass-through. - Ditto, although less likely since we still have yet to really firm up the plans together.
5.) Sand down one crappy window and repaint it. - Not going to happen since I'm going away for the next month.
6.) Get siding on the back of the house. - This is still in progress, I've called to get quotes, which feels like a good first step. But there is a looong way to go.
OK, so two out of six isn't awesome. But we're really only halfway through, if this little (ok, big) trip hadn't put a kink in my plans, I think we would have crushed some more of these. Just to make myself feel better about that list, I'm going to add a 7th goal, which was sort of percolating in the background.
7.) Make some progress on sorting the craft room. - I made a little progress. OK, it only took an hour or so, but remember the before?
I think I just have to remember that this project is one best tackled in one-hour increments. Heck, if I could manage to find some time where I could spend one hour on it every day, I'd probably be done in a week! However, slow and steady is not my project style. I tend to be "big gulps" style. It's hard to train yourself to work in a different mode than you're used to! What about you? Do you have a hard time training yourself to work slow-and-steady?