I am not a carpenter.

It's a cosy little bar.
It's a comfortable place to sit and have a meal, or a glass of wine.
I noticed you very easily.
You looked rather large and conspicuous in such a cosy bar.
You were easy to spot. → Spotting you was not very difficult.

I am slacking off. → I am taking it easy. / I am not working hard at it.
It is becoming less of a priority for me.
I am interested in finishing it, but it's good enough to use.

It will happen when they redo their interior.
You can defer that until it's time for them to change their interior.
I should not do jobs for friends, because I don't have time or money to do it really well.
I only want to do things well.
I like to be professional.
Jobs for family are not professional.
If it's your day job, then it's OK to do it, but it's not my day job.
I am not a carpenter.
I should have said no to the project.
It's not a project that I should have agreed to do.
But it is finished as far as they think.

It was a major headache.
It was a big project.
I am glad we got the big things done.
I would enjoy doing some final touches, but on the other hand, I'm happy to see the end of the project.
It's hard, but it's rewarding.
It feels good to do it.

Is it necessary for you to go back to Australia for your new business?
Yes, but not so often.
If I fly Jetstar, and stay with friends, I can do the whole trip, including food and souvenirs, for about 150 000 to 200 000 yen.
It's not bad at all, if you consider that it is a business trip, not a holiday.

I think that your methodology is right.
That's the right way to go about doing it.
I am going to use this as a way to grow my brand.