Last March, many of us went to work one day, to find out the next day that we would no longer be heading to our offices. We kicked into “crisis mode” and thought, I can do this. We teamed up, came together, made the necessary adjustments and got to work. But as the months progressed, it has felt less like a challenge, and more like a slog. Many people are feeling burned out, due to ever-changing protocols, an endless barrage of emails, increased emotional reactivity from others and ourselves, and some even have tiny “coworkers” who, although cute, are no help at all.