The budget should be clear
Renewal budget issues are probably the biggest complaints of the couple. Make sure that your budget (and how you pay for things) is about your entire experience, so make sure it's your first debate. How much you have saved and how much money you use (e.g., credit cards, home equity loan or other methods). There is nothing more pressure than looking at your money to decrease faster than they need to. It's not always the most pleasant conversation, but setting up a budget and creating a contingency fund will help you keep your calm down when other Reno issues arise.
Choose with your arguments
In your quest for your dream location, it's easy to fix the details. How do you love cooking if you do not choose the perfect paint color? But updating each description may be a big factor in the upgrade stress. At the beginning of our renewal, I said I should not proceed with one thing: countertops. I have to-recognize-it's easy to postpone and compromise other details. When our shower contractor is unable to get my first pick-up time, it's not a big deal to easily change.
You have to choose your top three updates and then adjust to the rest. You get what you need without going completely crazy in the process.