I don’t know if it’s really a phrase or not, but a thing I say a lot is, “I’m not that fussed about it.”
I think I say this so often for a few reasons.
For starters, I’m not a perfectionist, which means that I am often not too fussed about the details of things.
Close enough is good enough, progress is better than perfection, effort put in counts more than results, and so on.
For instance, if one of my kids says, “Hey, I did my math pages in the wrong order. Sorry about that.”, I’d probably say, “Oh, that’s fine. I’m not that fussed about it as long as it gets done.”
Or if someone said, “You know, you could make faster progress toward an ideal body if you tracked your macros/worked out 5 days per week.”, I’d probably respond with an, “Oh, I’m not that fussed about it. I’m getting fitter than I was before, and I’m not trying to have an ideal body.”
So, first, I’m not a perfectionist.
Secondly, although there are exceptions, I’m fairly easy-going.
For instance, if I am with a group, I usually just don’t care that much where we go or when we leave or when we break for lunch.
And in these cases, it’s not even that I’m erasing myself…it’s just that I seriously do not care.
And that’s why I say I’m not fussed about it. 😉