Well, hello there leading title... It's true though. It's okay to not get things right the first time round. It's okay to not know what you want, to play it safe.
It's also okay to take risks, to experiment. It's not often life throws a curveball that gives you a chance to explore and get to know yourself better.
It's okay to try new things and get it wrong. Maybe you don't really suit red hair, but how will you know unless you try it?
It's okay to push yourself and realise you're still in those same old habits. I mean, yet became habitual for a reason? It's the comfort zone, the well worn path. Even if you hadn't realised it, it's okay to say stop, this isnt what I was after. Or that that attempt to change the pattern don't quite work.
It's okay to not have a plan. To want to explore avenues. It's okay to accept help from those around you, it doesn't make you any less independent. No one has more power over you than you do.
I guess what this post is trying to say is that it's okay to be you. Even if you're not yet sure what that means.