take (something) as it comes

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take (something) as it comes

To deal with or manage something as it occurs, as opposed to planning for it beforehand. In life, you just have to take every challenge as it comes—there's no instruction manual. There's no way of knowing how many people will show up, so we'll just take it as it comes.
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take something as it ˈcomes

deal with difficulties as they happen, without worrying too much: I don’t plan for the future. I like to take life as it comes.
See also: come, something, take