Warning: the following post was writing lying on the couch in front of the telly watching Supernatural. Feeling absolutely blank in the hea before, as I was up all night yesterday writing my 24 hour take-home exam paper on European Law. In true fashionable style, I handed it in two minutes before the deadline (12 noon today). Sad to say I'm a little 'written out' - but I still wanted to update my blog, as Dan posted in the comment earlier about taking buses and trains... so hear goes.
As mentioned in my earlier post, I mentioned briefly how I've been taking busses & MRTs alot more often these days.
You see, I'm ashamed to say that I've been one pampered girl my whole life. When I was a kid, I had a driver fetching me to and fro from school, and when I obtained my driving license, I had a second hand Perodua Kembara, and I had the freedom to drive myself everywhere.
Coming to Singapore about three years ago, I think I've sat on a bus once, and an MRT perhaps five or six times. In three years. (I know, how horrible and spoilt can I be? Lol.)
So since I started staying closer to town after I moved out of my residence at the National University of Singapore, earlier this year I figured that I'd not take cabs everywhere all the time, and take busses and MRTs as and when I can.
I mean, if we all do our part and start taking shared transport more often, we'd definitely contribute to the reduction of congestion on the road, and polution. And at the same time, we'll get to save a coupla bucks.