Over-thinking, or smart planning?
Did you over-think and obsess over your project? Did that help, or hurt, as construction took place? I tell myself that doing all this mental and planning work now will make the physical process easier, and final result better. But part of me isn't quite buying that and thinks I'm a little nuts.
And um...is having a debate with oneself over all this the definition of nuts, or a healthy adaptation to the fact that no spouse, friend, or relative cold possibly sustain sufficient interest in all the details of a kitchen remodel?
I think the GC I'll work with is detail oriented, smart, and experienced. So I don't really have to understand and double check everything (today's example: sink setter). But I'm not sure I can restrain myself. Anyone have tips for not alienating the people I've hired as I strive to learn (but not actually do) their jobs?