When was the last time you were out with some friends and enjoyed life?
I must say that I am glad for how life are changing to the better for both Johan and I after having moved to Trondheim and Johan’s master degree graduation. Life in Stavanger was hard in the sense that we never took time to enjoy life. Off course, there were some obvious reasons that were influencing this like that we did not have as much money due to being students and that Johan had a lot to do with his master program in economics.
Even though the explanations are logical they cannot be used as an excuse to why we did not enjoy life better in Stavanger. Money issues can be solved by spending less money on something else in order to be able to go out more and lots of work on the masters program in economics can be solved by better time management.
Here in Trondheim we have done something with this and we are now starting to go more out. In the cab on New Years Eve on our way home we got to know our taxi driver, Cintia which is a Brazilian woman, who is living in Norway. We exchanged contact info on that very day and on Thursday she sent me a message asking me if we wanted to go out with her. We gladly accepted it and agreed to meet in our apartment to have some drinks before heading to town. She showed us a place that we liked very much and we had so much fun!
I felt a little bit weird on the night club since I cannot remember the last time we were on the place like that. I danced a little bit but I was a bit careful on my moves but I think that I will loosen up in the future by attending more night clubs haha. Trondheim is a nice city where people are lay back and dear to be themselves which is not common in Stavanger so this was a bit fun for us to experience after being used to the clubs in Stavanger.
Well, this was our weekend and I must say that I have enjoyed it very much. We feel happier and more energised today after having had some fun yesterday. It is really important to take time to live and not being serious all the time. Life is too short for not living it to the fullest.