31 Days: Ask for Help

Asking for help goes hand in hand with knowing your limitations. Sometimes (and by sometimes I mean quite often) you just need help! Help during a renovation could mean hiring a contractor or inviting your family and friends to join in on the fun.

Having help makes it more fun, too.

See?! Fun! Grandma is smiling while scraping wallpaper. She probably wants to come back and help again really soon…. *hint hint*nudge nudge*

Ryan and I are so lucky to have awesome family members….

and friends who are more than willing to help when asked.

If you are like me, you may not really like asking for help. I totally get that. I will usually embarrass myself before asking for help, but I am slowly learning that asking for help is nothing to be embarrassed about. Everyone needs a little help sometime.

Lastly, if ANYONE, like grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, parents, long-lost relatives, strangers on the street, preachers, neighbors, grocery clerks, I mean ANYONE offers to help, say YES! Take the offer and run with it 🙂

This post is the sixth of a series called 31 Days of Surviving a Renovation. 

Day 1: 31 Days of Surviving a Renovation

Day 2: Give Thanks

Day 3: Stay Organized

Day 4: Celebrate the little things

Day 5: Know your limitations

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