"Maybe nothing went well, but nothing made me swerve from my way."
Could you please check the sentence?
I worked out what it meant, but "swerve from my way" wasn't particularly natural. It makes sense if you're talking about a physical journey. If you're walking along a road and something makes you swerve from the path, you might say it, although usually we only use "way" in that context is to say "I'm on the way" (my journey has started but not yet finished).
I assumed you meant that you were talking about a journey through life and we usually refer to that as a path. We don't normally say "to swerve" in that context.
When you said "Maybe nothing went well", I wasn't sure if you meant that absolutely everything went wrong.