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

    Give me sweats, or give me death.

    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.

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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.

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    Give me sweats, or give me death.

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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~.

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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.

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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.

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    Being tired is a lifestyle, people.

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