10 Signs You're Th Girl With Self-Diagnosed Time Anxiety
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10 Signs You're The Girl With Self-Diagnosed Time Anxiety

Your friends think you're crazy.

10 Signs You're The Girl With Self-Diagnosed Time Anxiety

Time is such a weird concept. I'm so aware of time, especially since everything is based on timing. Class, appointments, interviews, dates, etc. And I'm one who always wants to be on time, and if I'm not, it freaks me out. I'm not sure if time anxiety is a real thing, but here are some ways you might have it too.

1. You get ready to leave early

Even if you know it only takes 20 minutes to get ready, you end up getting ready an hour beforehand anyway.

2. You plan out what time to wake up so you can leave on time

Depends on how long it takes for you to get somewhere.

3. You plan out how long it's going to take to get somewhere, then add five minutes

What if there's a train or a traffic jam?

4. You think about how long it's going to take to walk into your destination

Because that's still travel time!

5. You expected to be the first one to arrive

And on time or before.

6. Your friends are shocked if you're late

Because you're always early.

7. You get an uneasy feeling if you know you're going to be late

And become stressed.

8. You check maps to figure exactly how long it's going to take to get somewhere

Usually accurate.

9. You speed

Sorry, but gets me places faster.

10. Your friends think you're crazy

Sorry for wanting to be on time when I go somewhere...

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