English idioms – cross that bridge when you get there
I’m sure we’ve all been in such a situation. You’re working on a project and know there might be problems in the future. Some people may worry in advance, anticipating the problem ahead. Some others, though, will say “We’ll cross that bridge when we get there,” allowing themselves to focus on the task at hand. This way they may work on their project without worrying in advance.
And you, would you rather worry now, or cross that bridge when you get there?