It’s true to say there are no problems that can’t be solved. The world is too full of options. If you can’t solve the problem, it’s because you haven’t found the right option… The answer is always there. Therefore, whenever you feel stuck, try to think outside of the box, and then you will go out of your ‘box’. Believe us because there are many people who have succeeded in overcoming their unsolvable situations and have become problem-solving masters.
We have collected some of the most common problems that you might find too big or too complex and the solutions for each of them. For example, you might get worried about forgetting the tent pegs and poles during the motor-camping. Don’t worry, you can use your motors as a solution. Or if you are going to play a 4-player minimum game but you only have 3 players, invite your pet to play with you. Now, scroll down to have a look at how these problem-solving masters did.
#1. Use the rain to your advantage
#2. I was not designed for this world
#3. No tree, no problem
#4. Well, at least I’ll sunbathe choli
#6. When you only have 3 players and there’s a 4-player minimum, you improvise
#7. My sister taking advantage of my dog’s condition
#8. When the teacher says you can bring one handwritten 3×5 notecard for the test
#9. My dog Philby has to take allergy meds every day but he doesn’t need to know that
#10. My friend wasn’t able to reach the higher roofline, so he decided the Grinch needed to ‘steal’ the lights
#11. My orthodontist told me I’d have my braces on for Halloween. Thought I might as well take advantage of it
#12. Went moto-camping but forgot the tent pegs and poles, so had to improvise
#13. Heatwave in Europe? Improvise. Adapt. Overcome
#14. We didn’t want to set up the second half of the tree. So we got creative. Meet treevor