A few months ago, I baked four dozen cookies and brought them to work. When I set these treats out, I quickly became the most popular person at the office. My co-workers, jealous of my fame, soon started distributing their own treats. However, since I sit in a central location, the baking always ends up in front of my desk, prompting passersby to think I brought it. People nod and thank me as they grab a treat, and I sometimes miss the opportunity to correct them since I’m often on the phone or in the typing zone. Should I make a greater effort to let my co-workers know I am not the baked goods fairy?