Chances are you have a few bad habits. And chances are even higher that you waste significantly more time on them than you should. But sometimes it's not you: It's other people, too, is it not?
That inspired today's burning question from Redditor Snipsnapboi, who asked: "What was the biggest waste of time in your life?"
Productivity is an uphill battle.
DQ: What do you waste the most time on?
Working in a corporate environment is not for everyone. Some people thrive in them, others (like me) wilt and start to slowly unravel mentally. But what about those companies who pride themselves on their "alternative" corporate culture? We've all heard about companies that let you bring pets or have slides between floors, but even that isn't enough to keep some people there.
One Reddit user asked:
Redditors who left companies that non-stop talk about their amazing "culture", what was the cringe moment that made you realize you had to get out?
The answers are, honestly, kind of killing our hope that any corporate environment can really be different from the others. Having said that, it's also making us really thankful that we can write this article from our sofa while slamming guac and wearing no pants.
Some responses have been edited for content/clarity.