maybe one day, all school canteens & office pantries will be equipped with a chocolate printer!
While getting sick is a total drag, sometimes, when you wake up with a 102-degree fever on a rainy Monday, being sick really doesn’t seem all that terrible. A raging fever or a case of the flu means that instead of going to work, you get to stay home in your sweatpants and watch Christmas movies and “The View” all day while eating chicken soup and drinking ginger ale (or whatever makes you feel better). Unfortunately, though, we can’t control our immune systems (Baseball game = feeling good; Another 10-hour workday = bring on the Streptococcus), so most of us are stuck with taking our sick days as they come. Yet some workers are not content to just sit around and wait for the next time they’re feeling under the weather to take a sick day. According to CareerBuilder’s annual survey on workplace attendance , 29 percent of workers said they’d called in sick when they were wel...