Realizations can be rough.
I've recently had one with the Garages.
I don't have any money, so keeping things as cheap as possible is a necessity.
The problem is that another necessity — if I want to find success — is sufficient facilities to achieve the goals of my hobby.
The two needs are in harsh conflict for me.
The reality is, though, that my previous choice to do things as cheaply as possible simply won't allow me to achieve my ends — and, not only does it end up being an enormous waste of money, but it's a waste of time and energy, and will ultimately achieve very little beyond frustration.
In considering my predicament, I've had to make a decision to pursue the least expensive option that will actually work for me — not merely put up the two cheapest buildings I can build. The problem with this new plan, of course, is that it's far more expensive than the option it replaces.
That's how it goes sometimes.
So, from here on out, I'm just going to have to buckle down and work toward a more expensive goal and find some way to get it done.
In the coming weeks I'll be rolling out this new vision for my hobby's buildings in the Garage Projects section. As I get this new vision worked out, I'll be taking down the page for 30'x40' building of the Storage Garage and the 12'x20' building of the Service Garage. In their stead, I'll put up the much more realistic garages that will replace them.
I hope your hobby is less financially challenging than mine.