Last weekend I worked on my greenhouse:
Realistically, I am one weekend away from having a finished roof, south, and north walls.
I will take an hour to put plastic on the northeast and west walls and will have an MVP (minimally viable product).
There will still be lots of improvements to make, including building permanent walls on the east and west ends, but with an MVP I can do what is most essential: plant seeds for the spring.
I also have plans for installing solar to power some amenities like lights and a water pump, but I may not even need those things. I may not even need to completely finish the east and west walls. Maybe replenishing the raised beds will be more important.
Perhaps the last one is the most important.
One or a few A-B cycles likely won’t solve a problem, but they create enough improvement that it might make sense to turn your focus to something else, to a bigger pain point.
Now more than ever, being nimble is essential.