9 Reasons You Should be Allowed to Call in Sick
Some morning are rough. You know what I'm talking about—the mornings full of little challenges that make it extra difficult to get to the office. Why shouldn't we be able to use sick days for when we're having one of those mornings?
Well, at the very least, you have our sympathy. Here are nine reasons we think should be acceptable for taking the day off.
You can't even handle making breakfast.
You get a little tangled up in your clothes.
Your computer decides to take a sick day.
Your morning workout just isn't working out.
You accidentally drink decaf instead of regular.
There's no room for you in the parking lot.
You get a little stuck on your way to the office.
It snows in your car.
You don't have any good grab-and-go breakfast options.
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