watch (oneself)

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watch (oneself)

1. To be very careful in one's actions or speech, so as not to do or say something harmful or offensive. Knowing that Keith's family might not approve of her liberal beliefs, Janet reckoned she ought to watch herself at their barbecue that coming weekend. I'm so used to swearing with my friends that I really have to watch myself when I'm around my brother's kids.
2. imperative Be cautious of danger or possible injury. Watch yourself on the roads tonight, there are always a lot of crazy drivers out on New Year's Eve.
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You know it seems a little not soft 6 I do try and watch myself because I do know how it feels to be in their shoes.
But I've had to build the muscle of being able to watch myself -- and see where improvements could be made.
Yes, but not to watch myself - it's to see what the other actors are doing.
You know, I wish I could watch myself in that sense.
I've always been fighting my weight and if I watch myself I go, 'Gee, I look fat' or 'That was a terrible performance, what was I thinking?
Nell as MacKenzie fantasy series But as I grow as an actor, I actually find it really necessary to watch myself back so I can learn from it and get a sense of what I am conveying and if I'm doing a good job or not.
I often get surprised when I watch myself in videos.
I never watch myself, that's why I haven't improved," she says.
It's the first time I couldn't watch myself," the actress said.
Sometimes I watch myself on the TV and I'm like, 'Why are you not smiling?
Marisa added: "I just find it really hard to watch myself in general.
It takes me three years before I can watch myself in a film and dispassionately evaluate how I did my job," Cheadle said.
In your full-length glass, watch myself twirl: embroidered stars, black shot silk.
I would stay after rehearsal and watch myself in the mirror to get ideas of how to make poses look more natural.