Fresh air, bonfire and delicious food — the great way to take a break from the work rush. May trip has become a new Wemakefab tradition.
Last year, we formulated a rest credo: a developer works well when rests well. This year, we were not just having a rest but fishing, hiding from the hail and coping with cold weather.
This is a way out of your comfort zone, so beloved in all the self-help books. We highly recommend it for those sitting in front of the computer for too long.
No corporate nonsense. Those who wanted to join the trip, joined. We've got 10 people from different teams. Here we speak of what the team will remember from this trip.
It is always interesting to see people act under new circumstances.We chatted at ease, learning a lot about each other. Still, I came to find zen. And I did, no matter what the weather. To the rustling sound of leaves and the waves.
Living a comfortable life, you tend to forget that decent toilets and hot water have not always been around.We are losing touch with the reality that can strike back badly and suddenly. Therefore, I believe that nature trips are an easy way to get out of the comfort zone.
It was emotions that I came for, so we joked and laughed a lot. We had time to chat and take a break from everyday hustle and bustle. This is a cool idea to go on a trip for a few days and learn more about the colleagues you see every day.
The last time I went fishing was during my teen years. I went with my friends to the river and we had a great time there with no Internet or PCs. Thanks to my colleagues, I was able to get my 2007 back. We went swimming on a boat contemplating the water surface.It's worth a lot, especially now with too much stress around.
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It turned out to be an exciting journey, not like a typical trip.Even the hail couldn't spoil the mood. I discovered an inner-fisherman in me, enjoyed beautiful landscapes and genuine conversations. What more could one ask for?
Despite all the difficulties and cold weather, we are sure that going outside together is a great tradition. We can do it again!