You went away for two weeks, you enjoyed yourself, you relaxed, you got lazy. Then you came back. You thought that everything must have gotten better in two weeks. You were irrationally expecting things to be different, improved, lighter, brighter, just like your vacation. Then you realized all stayed the same. The office, the work, the people. Head on collision with the pedestrian reality wall.
You went away for two weeks and you thought you would come back and conquer the world. But the world didn’t get the memo. You settle. You shrug. You carry on.