1. Work is constantly on your mind.
You could be at a friend’s wedding or at a family reunion when someone says something that sounds like a good idea for a campaign you’re currently working on. You send an email to yourself IMMEDIATELY or you excuse yourself because there's just no way you're going to let a potential million-dollar idea go!

2. Eating is optional.
Who has time for food? On the rare occasion that you do have time to eat, it’s almost always a working lunch. Can someone please pass the fries with those annual reports, please?

3. There’s no such thing as a long weekend.
While the rest of the country is on vacation, you’re busy typing away on your laptop, returning client calls, or coming up with strat plans. Long weekends are a MYTH.

4. Eye bags are par for the course.
With the amount of OT that you put in, there’s just no way you can get those full eight hours. Eye creams, anyone?

5. Caffeine is your drug of choice.
It’s the only way you can function the whole day. THE. ONLY. WAY.

6. Dating is next to impossible.
It’s hard to fit in dinner at The Fort or even coffee in Kapitolyo because of your busy schedule. No wonder guys think you’re giving them the brush-off.

7. So is spending quality time with your family.
You can’t remember the last time you got home before everyone else.

8. The office is like your home.
We won’t be surprised if you have a spare set of clothes (or an extra kikay kit) in your drawer.

9. You always have leftover leaves.
It’s halfway through the year and you haven’t used any of them yet. #BakasyonNa

10. You sometimes get the urge to quit.
Everyone has a breaking point, even you. When you reach yours, it’s like a major existential crisis! Who am I without my work? Am I defined by my achievements? Does my life have value?

11. But then you remember how much you love your job.
And everything is alright with the world again.

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