Question: “When the holidays kick in, everyone in my office slowly winds down and puts in less and less general effort. There’s so much vacation planning going on, excitement over the time off, discussions of our plans, ‘innocent’ online shopping, short awkward weeks… we all get into a mode of thinking that we’ll really get back into the swing in the new year, and so it feels like we’re in slow motion from Thanksgiving onward. I think it’s totally natural to run out of energy at the end of the year, but I have a co-worker who thinks it’s sort of irresponsible. Does anyone else see this phenomenon?” – Blair, Receptionist
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