Definition of get (back) into the swing of things in US English:

get (back) into the swing of things

phrase

informal
  • Get used to (or return to) being easy and relaxed about an activity or routine one is engaged in.

    • ‘I think I was getting back into the swing of things on Sunday, but Sunday night ended up with very achey joints.’
    • ‘Perhaps my posts today evidence that I am getting back into the swing of things, but we shall see.’
    • ‘I'm going to try to get back into the swing of things from now on and hopefully establish a routine, not just with the blogging, but with other things to, like revision for one.’
    • ‘So I'm back into the swing of things at the gym and things are really looking up at this stage.’
    • ‘Just getting back into the swing of things after a hectic few days.’
    • ‘I did what I knew best, and eventually, I got into the swing of things.’
    • ‘For the moment, I'm still getting into the swing of things.’
    • ‘September's a busy month of dance where everybody gets back into the swing of things.’
    • ‘At the moment we are just getting back into the swing of things here in the college after a much appreciated break.’
    • ‘I have adapted pretty quick to it and got into the swing of things.’