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Heeeyyy, who likes to lay down in bed melancholically browsing the internet because they went to bed too early as a consequence of burnout?

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    @CaptainRant loves to do that, or so I hear 😌 keep telling him he needs a Youtube channel to farm those sweet, sweet like and subscribes.
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    @SortOfTested He has that in the works but first he needs to work on getting his computer knowledge up to speed. :)
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    Going to bed too early. Ah yes, the realm of fantasy
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    Psh. I’m always in bed
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    *raises hand*
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    I have experienced bed-lock.

    If this is a pattern. You are experiencing a real life race condition. Prop yourself up, polish your public image, and start applying for other jobs now. You have less and less capacity to do anything outside of work including finding another job. Even having the hope that the next job is more sustainable can be enough to escape. You eventually will not have the resources to do that later which is why you do it now.
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    @irene What the lol. I'm employed dude.
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    @CaptainRant I have been every time as well. Usually my life after work shrivels and I excel at work. If you are losing balance in life after work because of burnout then you should change that before it is too late. Just think, could I repeat this work pattern for the next five years? If no then you are using your personal time to pay for work. Your work doesn’t pay you for 15 hours a day. Be careful and take action sooner than later.
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    @irene Definitely, I'm aware.
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