How to fall together for the fall get together: Employee get together
When I started my career in 2010, I was looking for something to do after work.
One thing led to another and eventually, I ended up working at a corporate office in a corporate building.
This was a relatively new idea to me and, while I was able to do something fun during my shift, I also found myself missing out on some of the more interesting, fun, and unique experiences that happen during office hours.
While office hours have changed over the years, I had a hard time getting into the “flow” of office work as a newbie, even though it was one of the most rewarding parts of my job.
I knew I had to find a way to get back into the flow of my work during the fall, as the office was usually full and I was busy with meetings.
One day, a coworker asked me what I was up to during the week, so I was eager to tell him about it.
When he asked, I said that I was doing some fall get-togethers with friends, but that I’d like to try to work out some work togethers during the winter break.
He was genuinely interested and said that we could try to find something to get together in the fall.
After I agreed to join, I didn’t really know how to handle it.
I was a busy person and, with some extra work, I couldn’t be a productive part of the office during the break.
I also had some time off during the holiday break and, despite my busy schedule, I felt that I needed to find some new work.
I made plans to meet up with a friend of a friend on the weekends and, in the mornings, I’d go to work.
It wasn’t until the following weekend that I actually found the time to do some fall gathering.
I had planned to go to my office on Friday, but on the way there, I made a couple of mistakes.
I forgot my backpack and backpackers don’t have the best memories.
The other day, I forgot to put my phone on the charger so that my laptop could charge.
I ended the day without making any progress and, after having lunch at my place, I decided to call the office to make sure that the group was ready for fall.
The office receptionist at the time said, “If you’re not at your desk by 10 a.m., you’ll have to go home”.
It was a tough decision to make.
I needed some time to relax and recharge after being at work so, despite all of my problems, I went back to work on Friday.
I knew I needed a few hours of work the following day, so, while the office staff was still working, I grabbed my laptop and put my headphones on to listen to music.
I began work and, when I finished, I got up and left for the next shift.
As I walked through the door, I started feeling nervous, but when I got to the front desk, I realized that I had found a way out of my anxiety.
I immediately began to relax.
The receptionist said that, “I’m sorry that you’re feeling so nervous, and I hope you’re enjoying your time at work”.
She also said that “it’s not the end of the world”.
She said that they could help me out and, to my surprise, they said they could set me up with some meetings to work through some things.
I ended up getting to meet with a number of friends during the weekend and, as usual, it was a great experience.
The group was great, and we really talked about the different facets of fall.
Afterward, I began to feel less anxious and was able not to be distracted by the office.
I went home with a new outlook on life and, for a couple days, I even found a new job.