When I used to work in an office from 9-5, Monday through Friday, driving into work every day during the holidays was a real drag.
But now I’m extremely grateful that I work from home…even though it’s still a grind to get work done between Thanksgiving and New Year’s.
So, now that we’re all in agreement about that, enjoy these funny and accurate tweets about working during the holiday season.
You’re not alone.
We all get that way.
That period between post Thanksgiving and Christmas break is the hardest. I don’t want to do anything at work ?
— max wolfe (@sirrkhalil) November 29, 2021
Come on, people!
Get with the program!
People are trying to get work done ??? In DECEMBER ?!?! Y’all didn’t get the memo or sumn this is slack off month folks get it together
— ? Darby but Festive™ ? (@darbonem) December 1, 2021
Not a good situation.
Just take the whole month off.
in november and december my biggest work from home challenge is trying to keep my focus flowing while 10 million postmen knock at the door and my dog goes bananas every single time pic.twitter.com/OPbKnb5pm7
— rach-elf bowdler ? (@RachelBowdler_) November 30, 2021
They’re asking too much.
The fact that my boss expects me to work during a month where I’m just trying to get into the magic of the holidays is fucking rude brb leaving a negative google review
— Marla (@BravesMarla) December 6, 2021
December is meant for cuddling by the Christmas tree watching movies and drinking hot cocoa. NOT work or school ✋
— leah lou who (@leeleemarss) December 2, 2014
I’m right there with you!
See you next year.
what if we just took the rest of the year off
— Sarah Weinman (@sarahw) November 29, 2021
I’m all for this.
I mean mean NOTHING.
I propose a bill that we shouldn’t have to do things during the winter.
— Maria DeCotis (@MariaDeCotis) December 5, 2021
It’s hard to get work done.
No doubt about it.
That in-between period between Thanksgiving and Christmas at work is such a drag lol
— Sivvvy (@livewithsivs) November 29, 2021
What do you want from me?!?!
I’m not a superhero!
The time between Thanksgiving and Christmas is comical. Y’all expect me to work?!
— mollie. (@NOSNHOJ12) November 29, 2021
Not gonna happen.
I’ll see you in January.
The period of time between thanksgiving and christmas.. sorry babes I’ve lost all motivation for school-related tasks
— rosalie (@rmcias) November 30, 2021
How are you doing, friends?
Are you gonna make it through the holidays?
Tell us how it’s going in the comments!