Renovations can be very stressful, not matter the size.
I am an Architectural Technologist, and I am going through my own reno. We are demolishing a non load-bearing wall between the kitchen and the living room, and increasing storage space (closet) in the master bedroom. I would have hired someone, but the job is so small that even in this climate it's hard to find someone willing to make only a few hundred dollars. My brother and I began working at the end of February, and at this stage have achieved 80% of the project so far. Working with family has been rewarding, and I'm so grateful for his help - without him we'd never have achieved so much.
Now that we're reaching the finish line, however, it seems even further away! It's time to start focusing on the finishes (trims, baseboards, paint) and it just doesn't seem to end. Our house is littered with baseboards, paint chips and circular saws, and we're living in the basement to escape the dust. Working full time and preparing for a baby in September has helped me understand what my clients might be experiencing as they undertake their own home improvement projects, but the reward of seeing the finished product and knowing that I did it with my own hands will be the motivation that will see me through.