My Neurotransmitters Are the Reason I’m Late

Arriving on time doesn’t require talent, but it does require properly functioning neurotransmitters

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I run out the door five minutes late, without make-up, holding a protein shake because I won’t remember to eat today. I tiptoe into the office, hoping you won’t notice, but I can feel your judging gaze from across the hall.

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Stories about work and making it better.

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Madison Sasser

Madison Sasser

I am a Gen Z determined to be everything wrong with the workforce. I blog about mental health, employment trends, and my novel-writing journey.

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