Yeah; it's the main reason I hate the winter
Wheb I go to uni in the morning it's dark and when I come back it's dark already
[QUOTEOmg, can't wait for summer.
It's really so depressing when you have spent all the bright hours indoors, even if sometimes it's so cold in winter that you prefer being indoors to outdoors. I've even noticed I do better in exams in early autumn and late spring, I'm just too depressed in the winter and just think I'd love to be somewhere else. Otoh, I've started to think about time after studies, and I've found some motivation that if I've done well in studies, I have better chances to get a job I want. Maybe I can also turn thinking "I'd love to be somewhere else" into motivation, if I do well in studies, I have better chances to get a job from somewhere else.
I love Finland. Helsinki was so cool when I went.
It's a matter of give-and-take, though. Do you want the best summer ever for a miserable and dark winter? Or a decent summer for a fairly tolerable winter, like in the UK?
I hope you didn't meant weather by cool.
Anyway, as I said Finnish summer is so great, I don't know if it's the best, the weather can really be anything between +10 to +30 degrees. But weather is one of the least important thing when you decide where you live. Anyway, I'd like to live abroad, just to see how much better place Finland is to live, if it is. Finland is definitely a great country to live in, yet I'd like to experience other countries.
I read during winter Finish/Swedish/Norwegian people drink more not sure if true
I don't know about that, but Finnish film director Aki Kaurismäki (awarded even in Cannes) said Finns are depressed because of darkness.