#62. Browsing, Shopping And Snacking at Ikea

I love that Ikea often changes its displays and it’s a great place to get design ideas. It’s also a great place to exercise without realizing you’re exercising. Walking the whole way through the mall comes up to about 6000 steps (I used a pedometer to check). The best way to exercise is when you’re distracted and it doesn’t feel like exercise. No one stops you from taking photos either. Once in a while you come across a really great item, that you actually use, for just a few dollars. I got a plastic kitchen drawer utensil tray and used it for my toiletries – it was just S$2. I love that you can get a beautiful bed frame for less than S$200.

How nice – a little bit of Sweden in Singapore.

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1 Response to #62. Browsing, Shopping And Snacking at Ikea

  1. Fiona Wang says:

    I love the Ikea swedish meatballs and potatoes! In fact, I can eat a lot at one sitting! 😀

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