Jul På Liseberg | 2015

In the end of 2015, we went to Liseberg for our annual visit to see the "Christmas market". 
There's everything from different kinds of food/sweets to the Middle Ages market with things such as bows, knifes and clothings. You never know what you can find that you fancy. 
 
Despite the cold, it's actually quite cosy to go around the amusment park and see all the beautiful lights. I was a bit lazy to take pictures that day since I was super cold even if I had taken some extra layers of clothing. The cold and I don't really go that well together. 
I absolutely LOVE fudge! Too bad they didn't had any lactose free options that I could buy. 
 
One of the last things we did at Liseberg, was to see last year's ice skating show. The theme was "Hansel & Gretel". I was very impressed how the production team had really thought about the lightning and the music to make the show give a bigger impact. From what I can remember from previous years, it felt like they had stepped up their game. 
 
 
 
 

Ice Skating | Ruddalen

 
During the Christmas Holiday, we went Ice Skating. When I was younger and went to elementary, my school had one of those "sports days" every semester to go ice skating. I remember that I liked it despite how cold I got. I haven't been good at ice skating, and it had been a while since last time, so I was a bit nervous to be back on the ice. 
 
To my relief, I manage to go on the ice without falling on my butt. I've always been a bit jelous of those who could ice skate around the rink without any problems. But this time, I was just happy about being able to stand on my feet. :P
 
 

Happy New Year!

Late Happy New Year Everyone!
 
Hope you had a great 2015 and a nice ending to it. 
I'm stepping into the new year with more confident than I ever! The past year has been a very eventful year, including traveling to Philippines and London, meeting new people and working. I've also been back in school to study some classes, which has made me a stronger person. On top of that, I have been working on my photography as well and have learned a lot in the process. 
 
 My goals for 2016 are:
° Become more confident and get better at talking to people
° Keep working and improving my photography
° Try to live a healthier life style
° Seize the day
° Experience something new
 
 
What are yours new year's resulotions or goals for the new year? I'm curious to know, so don't be afraid to leave a comment and tell me! :)
 
2016, let's do this!