Tired of playing the same old games every single time you have family game night? Having trouble making family game night even happen at all? Let’s face it, entertaining kids isn’t as easy as it used to be when they were happy playing Charades or Hide-and-Seek together. Now there are more things than ever before that they’d rather be doing, such as playing on tablets, computers, or smartphones. If all of this seems a bit too familiar to you, then it might be time to try something new for family game night. Look no further! Room To Escape has just what you need! These are just four of the countless reasons to have your next family game night at Room To Escape!
Do you ever find yourself working as hard as you possibly can at work, but still not getting everything done? Now you’re practically running on empty and not even feeling accomplished. Well, what if you developed the mentality of working smarter instead of harder, drawing on a balance of thoughtfulness, preparedness, and diligence. Working smarter rather than harder includes understanding the tasks at hand, carefully planning your work, collaborating with others, and maintaining a consistent pace. So if you’re interested in making your work a little bit easier, consider some of these tips to working smarter instead of harder.
We've got another rebus puzzle for you! For those of you who missed last week's at-home puzzle, a rebus puzzle is simply a picture representation of a word, phrase, or saying.
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There are currently almost ten escape games existing throughout Indiana and even more are scheduled to open in the near future. All of them have pretty much the same idea: you’re locked inside a room with several other people and you must use the elements of the room and work with your teammates to try and escape the room within an hour. Same idea; same end goal. So what makes Room To Escape Fort Wayne stand out from all of the other escape games in Indiana? Well that’s easy. Take a look:
Phew, you escaped! Or maybe you didn’t… sorry about that. Better luck next time! Either way, it’s time to recap the fastest, most exciting, and most frustrating hour of your life. This is called debriefing and it is one of the most important aspects of your experience here at Room To Escape.
For this week's at-home puzzle, we have a rebus puzzle for you!
A rebus puzzle is simply a picture representation of a word, phrase, or saying.
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As you’ve probably learned from some of our previous blog posts such as, “Corporate Team-Building: The Ins and Outs, Ups and Downs, and Everything In Between” and “How Does Team Atmosphere Relate to Employee Retention?” there are many benefits to improving the bond and relationship between everybody at work, including all of your staff as well as yourself. One way to do this is to consistently show gratitude towards your team. This demonstrates to them that you are not just a boss, but a true leader and motivator for them as well. Showing appreciation is essential for boosting confidence, morale, and motivation among your staff. Employees are more likely to enjoy being at work and to work harder if they feel like they are making valuable contributions to your company and being appreciated for it.
Escape rooms have become a worldwide phenomenon over the past few years. With so many people playing escape games these days, you can imagine that there are tons of tips and tricks out there. While we obviously can’t provide you with any specific spoilers or secrets to escape our rooms, there are some more broad tips and techniques we can offer you. Although you will need to come prepared with your own logic, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills, here are just a few of the additional tricks that seem to work best for other teams, based on observation.
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