Co-written with Stuart McWhirter
How to Handle Your Hangover
By Jeff Rosenberg
5:00 AM Wake up promptly at 5am for a nutritious breakfast. IMAGE: Taking a giant swig of orange juice out of carton while still in bed (wearing clothes from previous night) 8: 00AM It's highly recommended to let your manager know if you may be running a bit late. IMAGE: Still in bed, on phone emailing 11:30AM If you have a headache you can't shake, a painkiller such as Advil may be the way to go. IMAGE: Mouth filled with assortment of pills. 12:00AM A light snack may help to settle your stomach. IMAGE: Housing a giant, disgusting burrito. 12:15AM / Caffeine can be helpful too. IMAGE: Surrounded by mugs of coffee. A line of coffee grounds on your desk. 1:00PM If you're having difficulty focusing, pass some work off to interns, they'll love getting the experience! IMAGE: I'm watching cat videos while interns glare angrily 1:30PM Frequent visits to the bathroom are to be expected as your body attempts to expel harmful toxins. There's no need to be embarrassed, it's simply part of the process. IMAGE: Passed out on the toilet. 2:00PM Above all, avoid conflicts or embarrassing interactions with fellow co-workers. IMAGE: Group gathered around bathroom stall. Door was open the entire time. They look disgusted at what they see. 2:30PM If you're still feeling under the weather, maintain your composure as you ask your boss for the afternoon off. IMAGE: Puke on boss' desk as he kicks you out. 3:00PM Take a load off and plan for a productive workday tomorrow. IMAGE: At a bar smiling with beer in hand.