Taken together, two interesting articles from over the long Memorial Day weekend seem to suggest that successful entrepreneurs may be a little loopy. Writing for Medium, Paul Smith says he's noticed a trend among startups that ultimately fail: shortly after completing a successful seed round, the founders begin posting pictures on social media of relaxing vacations in exotic locales. "If you think you can work less after you raise money than you did before ," Smith writes, "I’m here to tell you your startup is already dead, and all you’re doing is wasting time and money while you slowly reap what you’re failing to sow." But a new study out of Norway doesn't make the alternative sound very appealing. Quartz published a piece on the research, which links workaholism to to psychiatric disorders. "Psychology researchers," Olivia Goldhill writes, "led by Cecilie Schou Andreassen from the University of Bergan in Norway, found a strong link between workaholism and ADHD, OCD, anxiety, and depression." All of which may help explain why we're seeing an increase in startup fatigue among many candidates.