Idiom: run/ work/ drive yourself into the ground
— If you keep working so much overtime you're going to drive yourself into the ground.
— I'm really worried about my father. The last time he drove himself into the ground, he had a heart attack.
— You're sick so often because you continue to drive yourself into the ground with all this volunteer work. You really need to get more sleep.
— Our son loves his work but he doesn't understand he's not as effective when he drives himself into the ground.
— My doctor recommended I take off a month from work. I've driven myself into the ground and feel burnt out.
— Most accountants have to drive themselves into the ground during tax season.
— Everyone drove themselves into the ground the final week before the elections. So, they'll need to rest and regroup for a few days before campaigning again for the runoff.
— I feel like I don't have any energy left. I really drove myself into the ground studying for final exams.
— Why do you continue to drive yourself into the ground? You have the flu and need to rest.
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