Dealing with a "critical" spouse
Has anyone out there had difficulty with a spouse not buying in to the program? I've been in the early implementation stages for about a month, and my wife is constantly giving me a hard time (playful teasing, really) about how I can check something off my list now, or how I need to move it to a different folder, etc.
Recently when I asked her to help out with a few of the projects around the house while I was at work (she is a SAHM and actually DOES have a decent amount of free time during the day -- she'd be the first to admit it), she said we could do that stuff together over the weekend. It was simple "Next Action" stuff like taking pictures of things for Craigslist, going through the junk mail, etc... something that would allow me to focus on some of the other larger projects I had that she COULDN'T help with (home remodeling, yardwork, etc).
I've thought about creating specific task lists for her, but didn't think that would go over well at all. Does anyone out there have a suggestion on how to get a spouse to get on board and be able to contribute to "get things done"? I'm guessing the key is to have the same priorities on our tasks and projects... Any thoughts, encouragement or suggestions would be appreciated!