Perks included working without the distraction of meetings, Slack messages, and email pings. Some also used weekend or holiday time to catch up on work-related podcasts, articles, and research.
And I know there are some of you (ahem!) who might just escape into a home office when the house is packed with relatives.
(There’s nothing like a family political debate to drive you to work on that Q1 project—right now.)
If you’re one of the lucky ones to have time to yourself this week, make sure you unplug at some point.
Be present with those around you, appreciate what you have, maybe even check out a restaurant you’ve been meaning to try.
I know of one that will be open.
For more cool insights into holiday productivity trends, check out this great infographic from Egnyte below:
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