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    coast a bit

    Samantha shrugged. ‘If you want to. Or keep training if you like. My point is – you don’t always have to know what to do next.’ She put on a broad mock-smile, pretending to be Mum. ‘Or have a ten point plan to success . . . It’s okay to just coast a bit, you know?’ Sam continued. ‘Shit happens, Jade, and sometimes you’ve just got to roll with it for a while.’ She was smiling properly by now.

    What does she mean in this sentence?

    It’s okay to just coast a bit, you know?

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    Re: coast a bit

    It’s okay to just coast a bit, you know? = It is perfectly permissible to follow a set routine with no particular plans to change anything.


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    Re: coast a bit

    Thank you RonBee

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