Lunch today was made out of desperation.
Insert me searching in pantry with 5 minutes until I’m officially late to work thinking “there’s nothing to eat for lunch in this house!!”
Thank goodness for tuna salad. I chopped up a little onion, added some mayo, Greek yogurt, apple, and walnut, and threw it on top of a bed of spinach and arugula. Done and done.
Plus an apple and larabar, and a couple rice krispie cookies on the side.
Office Christmas Spirit
There’s definitely a “tone” at the office this week. Things seem a little more laid back, there are more empty cubicles than seats with butts in them, and candy and cookies are out for grabs down each aisle. It’s definitely Christmastime in the office place!
I’ve also noticed Christmas-y outfits prancing around the office. Some in reindeer sweaters and snowflake earrings, and some just donning red and green.
However, next week it will be a ghost land. At least at my company, it seems like everyone takes off the week after Christmas.
I don’t know why, but I find this weird. I usually take off the week before Christmas – as I have the past few years. My reasoning is to prepare for the holidays – baking, cooking, present-wrapping, etc. Everyone else’s reasoning is that you can play with all of your “toys” the days after Christmas.
So this year I did a hybrid and I’m taking off the latter half of this week and the earlier half of next week.
Enjoy your afternoon, loves
If you work in an office (or if you did work in an office) what would you rather take off – the week before or after Christmas?