Late for Work Today? It’s OK, and here’s why!

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Are you a procrastinator or known for being late?  If so, September 5 is your day — Be Late For Something Day.

Whatever the reason is, being late is a common occurrence for some.  Intentional or not, people fall behind schedule.  For some professionals like doctors, lawyers and home repair individuals it’s assumed they will be tardy.

PHL17’s Zachery Lashway hits the streets of Philadelphia to see who’s punctual and who’s know for dragging their feet.

Some people Zach talks with out loved ones for constantly being late, while others admit they’re the ones known for not being on time.

Are you on time?  What advice do you have for others to help manage a more timely schedule?  We’d love to hear from you

Let Zach know on Facebook and on Twitter.

And if you’re wondering how to participate in Be Late For Something Day, it’s easy!  All you have to do is drag your feet — procrastinate a bit.

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