Six months into quarantine, many of us fortunate enough to work from home have realized that we took perfunctory office routines for granted. Strolling over to coworkers’ desks to chat about their day or taking much-needed lunch breaks in the cafeteria now feel like bygone cherished traditions. Going to work not only adds structure to our day but also offers valuable social interaction. We are invested in our colleagues’ well-being and they in ours; to varying degrees, they are sources of emotional and psychological support. Seeing our co-workers on a regular basis also helps us flag anything amiss. It’s much easier to notice if someone seems upset, tired, or distracted when you are frequently around them.