Life tends to present us with standard options. We’re told we can do A, B, or C. And sometimes that’s enough. But often it’s not. The best choice for a given situation might actually be a D, an M, or a Z.
For example, I purchased Logos Bible Software a while back when I had a Mac. Since then, I’ve upgraded to a Chromebook, which I love, except that it doesn’t run certain programs like Logos.
What to do? Well, according to Logos customer support there’s nothing I can do short of getting a Mac or a PC because they aren’t interested in developing an application for my operating system. Great.
I can run it on my Android phone, but really, who wants to do in-depth Bible study on a tiny screen?
Enter the workaround.
First this, then this, then this:
When ethical, workarounds can save us time, money, and energy. All it requires is a little curiosity, creativity, and persistence. A quick Google search can help too.
What sticky problems and tough choices are you facing?
Perhaps what you need is a workaround.