Professionalism At "Work"

There have been more than just a few instances where interactions "at work" have gotten a little too personal or awkward for my tastes. Nothing with me, thankfully, but I've seen it in meetings.

Now that we're all working from home, I think I know what it might be - we're working in the same place we live and play. To me, this often makes work feel more informal. We work in our pajamas (or less). We can get up and go into the bedroom to get something. Lunch is from our kitchen.

I think, perhaps, it's natural to feel more informal while working, perhaps subconsciously, and this leads to violations of work protocols and professionalism.

This is probably obvious to everyone else, but it just occurred to me ;)

Comedy

You know what I'm missing? Improv comedy. Not that I got to go all that often, but now that there's no theater at all, I miss comedy shows. When things start up again, it's high on my list to re-engage.

Concellation 2021

New year, new logo, same place for those of us without our science fiction and fantasy conventions.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/concellation

https://www.concellation.com

No Stress, Just Smiles

Watching the electoral college vote is like watching Star Wars. I know how it's going to end, but it's just so pleasing to see.

Meeting Protip

Protip - before you cancel that meeting because you're just so busy, ask yourself if anyone else is likely to be in the same boat. Is that meeting really going to happen? Especially during the holiday time, odds are that someone else will be the person to cancel or postpone it and you'll get the time back without being "that person."

Or maybe it's just my experience ;)

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