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Elyssa Duncan

Where'd you get that photo of me, @Nevaeh Analee?! 😜

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Howard Lockamy

I don’t sleep much anyway so I just go with It since I’ve had so much practice with sleepless nights but some people just guzzle caffeine.

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Michael Mousteiko

I used to have that happen to me a lot before I retired. I had a high-stress job an a lot of nights when I just couldn’t stop think about what I had to accomplish the next day.

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Paul Baker

Don’t forget to eat, take breaks, drink water, and crush those goals!

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Steven Jackson

Just for today I will make my part of the day sweet!

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Keith Thornton

This one night I had to work a 11 a.m to 5 a.m. we are getting ready for a big inspection so we were cleaning everything that night and I had to work at 8 to 4 and by the time for rolled around I was ready to go home and go to sleep

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Danielle Scheidt

I have had to work many doubles and even do 24 hours while only getting paid 40 hours a week - some weeks I put in 80 plus hours and my corporate office could careless - I have sever anxiety I am stressed was put on a medical leave but the entire time was having to work from home cause they couldn’t respect what the doctors orders were

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David Brois

I'm motivated. I feel fine. Sleeping is overrated. I owe, I owe so it's off to work I go.

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Leo Bracciale

Sleep is overrated CORRECT!

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David Brois

Working steady, especially full-time employment will certainly make any individual naturally fatigued & eventually exhausted enough to actually fall asleep & stay asleep until it's 4:30am when that pesky alarm clock goes off.

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