It’s that time of year again: The holidays have long since passed, and you can feel summer approaching, but it’s still not within reach. We’re in a bit of a dead zone when it comes to “things to look forward to,” which can make working all-day, every day a consistently bearable thing. Even if you like your job, it’s still work—if someone told us we had to drink wine and eat chocolate every day from 9 to 5 in order to pay our bills, we’d start to resent both of those activities as much as we do spreadsheets and interminable meetings. (Also, we’d probably die.) So, how to avoid becoming contagiously miserable when work starts to feel like Groundhog Day? Here are a few tips.