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Don't cross your bridges before you come to them

This page is about the saying "Don't cross your bridges before you come to them"

Possible meaning:
Don't worry about problems before they arrive.

Quick Quiz

If you "don't cross your bridges before you come to them", you

a. never prepare enough in advance

b. mark all bridges on a roadmap when going on a journey

c. wait for issues to arise before dealing with them

Saying of the Day

Contributor: Josef Essberger