The grass is sometimes dried up, brown, and in some cases it's fluffy and green but fake on the other side. Don't be too quick to jump into another situation without considering all the pros and cons of a current situation. Sometimes we are not doing all we suppose to do to ensure our grass is green and then when something that appears to be better come along we jump ship or shall I say jump yards. Things are not always as they appear and if the problem is you then guess what you will grow that same dried up grass in the next yard or end up buying fake grass to cover it up. Sometimes it is necessary to change sides but just be sure that you are staying or leaving for the right reason. Maybe it (it being job, relationship, church, school, etc.) is not working even after doing all you could do to make it work. When the season is up, then it's up, when it's over, it's over. If you tried, then you tried but don't let it be a case of jumping out of one frying pan into another or jumping out of one frying pan into a fire. It would behoove you to know what you are getting into or getting out of before you make your decision. It would be even better to know what you are leaving behind or walking into before you move forward. If the jump (move) is worth it, then by all means go for it but if what you are already established in is worth keeping, worth holding on to then work through it, stay and watch it grow, after a while your yard may become the beautiful yard you always wanted.