I graduated college in December and in March I was hired for my first professional job, as a Project Coordinator at a company that builds commercial kitchens in Arizona. By all accounts, I'm doing pretty well- I've gotten good feedback, I haven't had any major issues, I've even somehow becoming the main person assisting my supervisor with training for new PCs. And for the most part, I know I'm pretty decent at my job.
But there are certain parts of my job that I just feel like I'm constantly messing up on. It tends to be on the things that aren't a standard "do it like this," but dealing with unusual, variable problems. I know I'm still new and mistakes are bound to happen, but I'm struggling with not letting these mistakes get to me and stress me out more than they should.
What are some good methods to stop internalizing work-related mistakes and stopping them from affecting your outside-of-work life?