Tomorrow is day one of The Husband Project. While I've already been incorporating some of the projects into our lives, tomorrow will be the first day that I actually have a plan for what I'm doing and how I'm doing it. Of course, I picked one of the most stressful times of the year for us - planting wheat and harvesting corn and soybeans. For those of you not living on a farm in the middle of nowhere, this is when the stress levels run high. It's a time of early mornings, late nights, and short tempers. There's only a certain amount of time to get these things done and you're at the mercy of mother nature. Everything's great when she cooperates, but that doesn't happen very often.
Now that I think about it, this is probably the perfect time to start The Husband Project. Most years I get extremely frustrated with my husband and I start feeling as though I'm in competition with the farm. Because of The Husband Project, I am able to remind myself that my husband isn't putting the business first, he is doing his best to provide for and take care of his family.
These are the projects for Week One:
Project 1 - 30 Minutes is All It Takes: Create some free time when he gets home.
Project 2 - Back in the Day: Do something he enjoyed before you got married.
Project 3 - You da' Man: Spreading great gossip about your guy.
Project 4 - Heart vs. Stomach: A treat just for him.
Project 5 - E-flirt.com: Text or email some sweet nothings.
Project 6 - A Little Hands-on Attention: Meeting your husband's physical (touch) needs.
Project 7 - Trophy Wife: Looking good for your man.
I be back tomorrow to post the very first project - 30 Minutes Is All It Takes.
Are you planning on starting The Husband Project? Already started? Following along with me? I'd love to know.