Fine

Definitions: (1) of superior or the best quality; of high or highest grade; excellent; (2) characterized by refinement or elegance; polished; (3) sophisticated in appearance; smart; first class; (4) good-looking; handsome; (5) delicate in texture or workmanship; performed with extreme care and accuracy; first rate; (6) showing subtle ability or nicety; discriminating; (7) physically trained or hardened close to the limit of efficiency; healthy; highly skilled or accomplished

Synonyms: attractive, beautiful, choice, dainty, rare, showy

Saying: Everything is fine and dandy.

Quotes:
• Cherish all your happy moments; they make a fine cushion for old age. — Newton Booth Tarkington (1869–1946) American novelist
• I wish that I could go into a time machine right now and just look at my self and say, ‘Calm down. Things are gonna be fine. Things are gonna be all great. Just relax.’ — Tristan Paul Mack Wilds (1989-) American actor

Comment: You are the final judge of your work (along with God, of course – but he lets you do it without interference) therefore do fine work and you will have fewer regrets.