Your fine, balance it out. I think everyone is more scared of lipos than they should be. They will not blow up unless you either:
A) Physically cut into a cell
B) Over discharge it past 2.7 and then try to charge it (it won’t blow up until you try to charge it
C) You over charge it (past 4.25).
D) You received a bad (or shitty quality) cell which is internally shorting
E) You wire it up to constantly short itself (seriously, why would anyone do this)
So to sum things up, if you wire everything up correctly, and you received a cell that worked for at least a few cycles, the only way you will blow it up is during charging. They don’t just blow up sitting on your desk, unless you got a really crappy, cheap, lipo from a factory that doesn’t give a fuck if it blows up their customers, i.e. the hoverboard batteries. Turnigy, Zippy, ect. makes 1000s of batteries daily, and they wouldn’t be able to keep in business if they burnt down even 5% of their customers houses. Not to say it can’t happen, but almost always, when you see a video of a lipo blowing up, it’s during charging. The other times, it’s a known damaged cell.
So the moral of this long rant is… Lipos rarely blow up if you do things right and don’t over charge past 4.25 or over discharge past 2.7. And even then, it’s during charging that things could go wrong, not just sitting on your desk.