Planning Projects {The Husband Project}

For those of you who are just joining in, we haven't begun the actual projects yet. We begin the projects a week from today. So no worries if you think you're "behind" because you really aren't. :)

Right now we are reading through the book {The Husband Project} in it's entirety --- it's not too long and it's a fun, easy read. I recommend, when you get to the projects section, to have a highlighter and a pencil ready to jot notes! It might even be a great idea to have a calendar template of some sort ready to go.

The important thing about doing the projects is to remember to take it one day at a time, and simply give it your best.

As I'm reading through these, I can see some will be more challenging {for me} than others.

Take Project 5:, for example - piece of cake. Really. We already do this with little effort. I might need to get a little more creative, but it's not hard to please my husband with my words.

Project 2: Back in the Day, on the other hand, looks like it's going to challenge me to train for a 5k (no joke).

So, here's how I'm going to present the remainder of this series:

Next Wednesday, I will begin sharing how the projects went for my husband on my Facebook page.

So, if you haven't "liked" my NEW Facebook page yet, you'll want to do that here.

{Click just to make sure you've liked the right page, because I switched it over last week}.

I'll try to avoid any gritty details that the whole world doesn't need to know, but I'll give an overall account. I will also have a link up on my blog for anyone else who wants to share their projects -- whether it be just a few or all of them. There is no limit. But the link up will be only on Wednesdays - even though I will post my project everyday on Facebook.

So, if you want to come back and link up another project, you can. Just list the project name in the title section and use your permalink.

If you don't have a blog, no problem! Feel free to share in the comments, either here on the blog or on Facebook, if you are compelled to do so. My goal is to make sharing as simple as possible.

So, who's ready to do this?!