There is nothing to “fix”. Our Lady is happy with whatever mysteries you meditate upon. You could even just pick one mystery and meditate on it through all five decades if you liked.
Be at peace.
P.S. The Mysteries “for a particular day” are just suggestions. The Rosary is a private devotion and you are free to select any set of mysteries you want to pray on any given day. If you are praying with a group, it’s advisable to meditate on the same ones the group leader is announcing, so you can be in harmony with the group. If you’re praying on your own, you can pick any set you want or combine them or whatever brings you closest to God.
Even some of the Rosary devotions such as the 54-day Novena do not necessarily match the “suggested set of mysteries” for a particular day; for example, you could end up praying Glorious Mysteries on a Friday rather than Sorrowful Mysteries.
If you want to learn the Mysteries better and are just annoyed that you got things mixed up, I recommend using a Rosary meditation book. There are cheap little ones available at any Catholic book store. Adoration chapels often have a few for people to use, and you can find them online as well if you want to just print one out or read it on your phone.