flow with the breeze

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flow with the breeze

1. Literally, to be blown about by the wind. It's so nice to walk along the beach in the warm sunshine, my hair flowing with the breeze.
2. To nonchalantly engage in a situation without trying to change it or assert control over it. You're such a control freak—can't you just flow with the breeze for once? I try not to plan too much when I take a vacation to a new place. I like to just flow with the breeze when I get there.
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