Our heads aren’t so big here that we think you want to read anything long or in-depth from us this week. After all, if you are actually even present at work this week, you are spending half the time looking at the clock and the other half daydreaming about not being there.
So just let this be a call to make them good daydreams, then. After all, this is our second straight year where the holidays may not be being fully celebrated in the ways that we like. Even the best-case scenario involves them coming with some extra concerns and considerations. No matter then where you fall on that spectrum of celebration, this is a wish that you craft something good from it, find joy, and get special time to enjoy yourself, your friends, and your family.
We can all use some propping up during difficult times, and the start of the 2020s certainly has qualified as difficult times. Everyone deserves whatever solace and comfort they can find within it. So if that comes in the form a holiday-week daydream (even if you’re supposed to be working), then go ahead and enjoy it. We promise not to tell anyone.
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