It's "new Sprint"-day, and a new sprint means getting started on a new user story: a new store is opening, and needs to be configured in your application. You double check the story in JIRA, and it looks like there are some nice clean Acceptance Criteria for you to write your tests against! You double check the last few points with a colleague, and then stick your headphones on and focus for a while.
During lunch, you take a walk around Rotterdam with colleagues from your team, but you make sure to return in time for a backlog refinement meeting and a demo of another team that you work closely with. After these two sessions, you help a colleague who's a bit stuck with the next step in their Red-Green-Refactor cycle. Just when you've finished pairing, a key stakeholder walks past the team space and invites you to a friendly game of ping-pong while you answer some questions that came out of your recorded demo.
Before heading off, you create a Pull Request in the application GitHub repo with the new store configuration you were working on in the morning; tests run in TeamCity, and it's green! You're confident in your tests, but you still need a colleague to double-check your PR, so that'll wait for the morning now. You always try to head out in time to catch your train, but yet again, you're cutting it fine, because Rotterdam Centraal is just over the road. Doei!