If you are tired, tired, tired on the 1st, then you should rest, rest, rest. After all, what do you hope to accomplish by just pushing right on through this wall of exhaustion? What do you think you'll gain? Some half thought-out texts, some partially-conceived concepts? Some irritated-sounding emails? Is that what you want? And what about the cost to yourself? You'll be totally depleted. So figure out how to nurture yourself better, when your tank is running low. It'll pay off now and in the future. By the much more energetic 5th and 6th, you'll be bounding into work and practically jumping up and down for joy at how terrific your ideas are. Everyone else agrees. Your enthusiasm is infectious! Try to meet a colleague half way on the 10th and 11th. If you can't, then you can't, though. Give yourself plenty of time to really get a tricky project done right on the 15th and 16th. You're in an amazing space on the 21st and 22nd. Really amazing. Let it amaze you. Revel in it! By the 27th, 28th and 29th, you need to rest, relax and rejuvenate yourself again if you want to be super productive on the 30th.
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