"Good enough" looks different in different contexts

Telling yourself something needs to be perfect to be “good enough” sets yourself up for failure. “Good enough” exists on a spectrum, influenced by the situation, the context and other things that are happening in life, as well as your well-being, values, and priorities.

Source: How to Feel Good Enough (When You Feel Anything But) @ tiny buddha: simple wisdom for complex lives

image: Not Good Enough by Saku Takakusaki under Creative Commons license