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Work/Life no balance at all

Angry commuters cursed out and car horns went on a blarefest at a small red sedan which had stopped abruptly in traffic heading to the city centre during the Monday morning rush hour. Most of the commuters were more annoyed that the driver of the stalled vehicle causing all the traffic was not making any attempt to come out to fix whatever the problem was with the car. The driver simply…

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