Each year on July 5, it is National Workaholics Day. Do you often times come in early, skip your lunch and stay late or know someone who does? This day is dedicated to them, the workaholics, the ones that love to work extra and long hours and do it all of the time.
A workaholic feels the need to be busy at all times which may cause the problem of them performing tasks that are not required or are unnecessary for project completion. This may also cause inefficiency since the focus is on being busy rather than on production. Workaholics may have trouble delegating or entrusting co-workers and struggle with organizational skills due to taking on too much work at one time. There is an answer to help with this for workaholics and that is to step back, regroup and slow down a little bit.
Workaholics may suffer from impaired brain and cognitive function due to sleep deprivation. Take a look at National Work Like A Dog Day as one outcome to being a workaholic.
A good and strong work ethic is very important to one’s career success however, a healthy balance between work and home is the key to life’s success.
How To Observe
A HEALTHY work life is vital! Today, take some time off to relax, slow down a little bit and maybe schedule a vacation for you and your family. Be sure to use #NationalWorkaholicsDay on social media to shout out to those you know who are workaholics.
A Complete Timeline Of The Jussie Smollett Investigation
1. January 22, 20191 of 24
2. January 29, 2019
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𝗨𝗣𝗗𝗔𝗧𝗘: 'Empire' Star Jussie Smollett Beaten in Homophobic Attack By MAGA Supportershttps://t.co/gtqDkd02sr— TMZ (@TMZ) January 29, 2019
3. Late January 30, 20193 of 24
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6. February 3, 2019
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Jussie Smollett speaks out at Los Angeles performance. pic.twitter.com/l8QZAQfubW— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) February 3, 2019
7. February 11, 2019Source:Getty 7 of 24
8. February 14, 2019
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Asked why he didn't initially hand his phone to police, @JussieSmollet says: "I have private pictures and videos and numbers...private emails, my private songs, my private voice memos...by then inaccurate false statements had already been put out there." https://t.co/3HbyU2SFxe pic.twitter.com/4bycFHnlMp— Good Morning America (@GMA) February 14, 2019
9. February 15, 2019Source:WENN 9 of 24
10. February 16, 2019
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JUST IN: Investigation into alleged attack on Jussie Smollett has shifted to whether actor staged incident, source says https://t.co/HaRFZnuLzv— NBC News (@NBCNews) February 17, 2019
11. February 20, 2019
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Case Update: Jussie Smollett is now officially classified as a suspect in a criminal investigation by #ChicagoPolice for filing a false police report (Class 4 felony). Detectives are currently presenting evidence before a Cook County Grand Jury. pic.twitter.com/FhDcbBKsuU— Anthony Guglielmi (@AJGuglielmi) February 20, 2019
12. February 21, 2019
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UPDATE on #JussieSmollett— Mona Kosar Abdi (@MonaKAbdi) February 21, 2019
-Smollett turned himself in at 5:15 am this morning.
- He made a statement to police before being taken into custody
- Smollett is charged w/ one count of felony disorderly conduct for filing a false police report...punishable for up to 3 yrs in prison https://t.co/lGt2RvKTJl
13. February 24, 2019Source:Getty 13 of 24
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23. June 6, 2019
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1. This is a portion of the 911 call placed on Jussie Smollett’s behalf.— Charlie De Mar (@CharlieDeMar) June 5, 2019
The “beeps” you hear are redactions made before audio was released to the media.
Things like adresses, names etc are redacted. @cbschicago pic.twitter.com/jbqL8Io98F