Sometimes, you can just tell when an office is too dry. Not the kind of dry that’s solved with a humidifier. The kind of dry where employees lag. There’s no juice. There’s no rush to get things done. People move slow, brainstorming struggles to flow.. In other words, there’s not enough water in the office. People aren’t replenishing their systems. And the office isn’t functioning like a well-oiled machine. It’s functioning like a dry, rusted, squeaky machine, forcing itself along.