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Portrait of a Workaholic

Angry red notification bubbles pepper my devices. Tupperwares of leftovers go uneaten in the fridge. A stack of colorful, empty folders sits on my desk, waiting patiently for me to get my shit together. The coffeemaker is perpetually filled with coffee, the primary substance I consume.

This is life as a workaholic.

I’ve written a lot about burnout and productivity, and I have a confession to…

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Rachel Wayne

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Artist/anthropologist/aerialist writing about art, media, culture, health, science, enterprise, and where they all meet. Join my list: http://eepurl.com/gD53QP

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