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19 Things You're Definitely Good At If You're Always Tired

Give me sweats, or give me death.

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1. Coming up with A+ excuses for why you have to bail on plans.

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When really you're just going to be catching more 💤.

2. Resourcefully making a bed out of whatever materials are at your disposal.

Where there's a will, there's a way.
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Where there's a will, there's a way.

3. Using the ~athleisure look~ to basically wear glorified PJs all day.

Give me sweats, or give me death.
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Give me sweats, or give me death.

4. Finding innovative ways to hide the dark circles under your eyes.

I was born with these, probably.
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I was born with these, probably.

5. Being able to fall asleep within a few minutes of starting any show or movie.

No practice necessary.
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No practice necessary.

6. Making it look like you're awake and listening while at work/in class, when you're actually stealthily sleeping.

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A true art form.

7. Yawning on command.

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Putting it on the resume.

8. Planning your schedule perfectly so you can achieve optimal nap time.

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Nap time > all other time.

9. Keeping a constant supply of caffeine on you no matter where you go.

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Need coffee running through my veins at all times.

10. But also drinking multiple cups of coffee and somehow still managing to feel tired afterward.

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Tall, Grande, Venti. It doesn't matter.

11. Pressing the snooze alarm like 10 times without batting an eye.

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This can often be problematic.

12. And therefore, being able to roll out of bed, get ready, and be out the door in under 20 minutes flat.

Who actually brushes their hair, honestly?
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Who actually brushes their hair, honestly?

13. Fostering relationships with only people who are truly sensitive/understanding of your perpetually tired needs.

One of my most valuable assets, tbh.
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One of my most valuable assets, tbh.

14. Making it seem like you're attentive and participating in a convo, when you're really thinking about how soon you'll be able to go to bed.

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It's all about the multitasking.

15. Procrastinating and pushing back everything on your to-do list for other ~priorities~.

Sleeping is very important to overall health. Alright, Sharon?
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Sleeping is very important to overall health. Alright, Sharon?

16. Creating systems that allow you to reach everything from your bed so you never have to leave it.

If it's not within arm's reach, forget about it.
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If it's not within arm's reach, forget about it.

17. Keeping a detailed mental list of what foods and drinks will have you totally lights out in no time.

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Maybe don't pass the turkey sandwich, please.

18. Resisting the extreme urge to fall asleep when faced with a prime sleeping environment.

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People who put couches in the work place are just asking for it.

19. And last but not least, actually getting a full eight hours of sleep and somehow still managing to feel tired the next morning.

Being tired is a lifestyle, people.
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Being tired is a lifestyle, people.

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