Ordinarily in this section you would expect to read about each team member’s greatest career achievements to date. But we like to let our work and our clients speak for us. Instead we want to use this space to give you a feel of what it would be like to work with us.
Collectively we have an insane obsession with food. You only need to look at our instagram @wearetraffick
- Kev no less than twice a year adopts a health craze. His latest goal is to master chin-ups!
- Damian believes no meal is complete without dessert. Breakfast is the exception… he just has two instead.
- Juls is an enigma when it comes to food #bottomlesspit. A lunch meeting with her is a challenge – you’ve been warned!
- Paula has learnt to be strong and simply ignores the madness. She loves travelling home to Vigo for fresh homegrown fruit and vegetables.
- Stevie has since swapped the club sandwiches for burritos. To be fair it does complement beer much better.
A typical day at Traffick starts with a healthy breakfast of porridge for Damian and Juls. They then join the rest of us for a sausage and bacon bap. This fuels our imagination and efficiency for the morning.
Lunch discussions start around 10.30am when we literately pour through an array of menus, willing ourselves to be healthy-ish. Lunch can range from a hearty sandwich to a three course meal at one of the many restaurants only a stone’s throw away from our city centre office. We have so much trouble choosing, we created a board featuring our favourites. Check it out on our instagram @wearetraffick and let us know your thoughts.
Nourished, it’s heads down again and the office is hard at work (you can tell when the earphones go in). On Fridays we share our varied tastes in music with our neighbours – any requests?
Come 3 o’clock we’ll raid the well stocked cupboard filled with all sorts of delights. Need to maintain sugar levels to keep productivity high.
If you try our door and it’s locked, just give us a minute, we’re probably in the middle of a plank or press up challenge. This year we (well… 3 of us) are training for the Belfast half marathon. The other 2 simply refuse to even enter into such discussions anymore.