Most of the time, even back in Singapore, I would steer clear from doing anything during the weekdays. You know, you have to work the next day so you just want to go back home and unwind. However, this renders us so anti social and it has to change. I mean don't get me the wrong way. I am guilty and even more so than anyone else I know, of just going home after a long day of work, making up excuses to not meet people. I am young and I am working and living in a foreign city and I should not use the excuse of "having to work" the next day to not meet people. Where's the fun in that? I should be grabbing life by the neck and not letting it suffocate me! That is why this week, I was rather proud of myself for making the effort to go out on Thursday night to play cider pong with Julius, amazing shabs (as instructed by her), Anna and Lucas . I was tired, yes, but more importantly, I had a good laugh and it was a better way to unwind from a stressful day at work. It got better during the weekends. Tobias came to Stockholm again and we went ice skating! It was absolutely beautiful to say the least. So next week, I will be working towards filling up 2/5 after works before I head off to Uppsala to visit the lovely Lovisa!
Having dinner with Anna at Flippin Burgers
The amazing burger (although Shabnam and Anna did not like it at all)
Julius and Anna
Julius and I
Shabnam and Lucas
Lucas and his game face
Nobody messes with them during cider pong
Julius learnt that the hard way
I have no words for this
Getting ready for ice skating on Friday!
The street on my way to work!
We made a miniature snowman from the excess ice and named him Bob. Isn't he the most adorable!