Ten days ago, I heard a huge crash come from my back yard. I thought a tree had fallen.
Instead, it was the frame of my shed!
Long time readers will recall that I dismantled my minimally viable greenhouse in the early fall to build one that would stay above freezing when it was 20 degrees outside.
What should have been a two-week project with clear A-B steps became a typical Big Change nightmare.
Though my goal was to keep greens growing through the winter, I decided to add a shed to the north side of the greenhouse. The shed design became increasingly complex to the point that everything I was doing was beyond my abilities.
Six-months after the old greenhouse came down, all I had was a foundation, two bare walls, and a floor standing vertically. Don’t ask.
Then it all came down in a heap of splinters. Again, don’t ask.
This is exactly why I advocate incremental change!
Like my greenhouse, the typical Big Change project goes like this: