World Record Holder. I also wear a nametag Even to bed.
Cover your ass British: arseabbreviated CYAis activity done by an individual to protect himself or herself from possible subsequent criticism, legal penalties, or other repercussions, usually in a work-related or bureaucratic context. In one sense, it may be rightful steps to protect oneself properly while in a difficult situation, such as what steps to take to protect oneself after being fired. The phrase cover your ass is generally viewed as a vulgar term, often replaced by the less-vulgar sounding initials CYA  Safire identified CYA as a synecdochein the same sense that the word "ass" had come to reference the whole person.
Sometimes those things are not just important, but urgent…and yet the call of procrastination is so strong. You see her walking around and it reminds you to get your ass to work. So I have to be my own boss.
This isn't a case where you're fighting an evil twin or a clone of yourselfbut where you are literally fighting yourself. As in, you're voluntarily hitting yourself or otherwise trying to inflict damage to yourself. In cartoons, this can result from a Big Ball of Violence in which all but one character escapes.
The only thing I ever wanted, the only thing I ever needed Is my own way - I gotta have it all I don't want your opinion, I don't need your ideas Stay the fuck out of my face, stay away from me I am my own god - I do as I please. My mind is playing tricks on me I am not as stable as I used to be Pushed and shoved, you know you're going too far I will not break my back for you no more, I am gonna go my Way I am gonna take control Time to wake up and dig myself out of this hell. I had enough and you're going down - shut your mouth What comes around you know goes around - shut your mouth.
Kristen R. My yoga practice has fallen off the top of my priority list as we head into a busy holiday season that seems to have arrived faster than I was expecting. I also think the cold weather has me wanting to be a homebody as well.
In the process of A, B, or C happening, something goes wrong. The wrong e-mail is sent. A customer is unhappy. An executive is livid.
A coaching colleague recently asked this intriguing question in a private online forum. We do indeed stick our heads up there from time to time. How to remove it and move forward is essential to the ability to live bravely, fully, and joyfully.