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8 Of The Most Common (And Often Broken) New Year’s Resolutions

Hard habits to break.

| January 10, 2018


It may be your best bud’s birthday, the despedida of your childhood friend, or an engagement party. It could be sweldo day, a.k.a. the day when you and your colleagues feel like you deserve to treat yourselves! The list of excuses are endless, in case you didn’t notice, so instead of promising to drink less, maybe you can consider not drinking at all.



There can be meetings, events, and such that will definitely go beyond your set 6pm curfew, but other than that, it’s highly advisable to leave office on time. Pushing yourself to work beyond your hours, they say, only makes for unproductive work—and an unhappier, unhealthier you.



“I would love to learn to cook, to learn to drive, to begin my blog, et cetera.” But years go by and it almost never happens. The common excuse? No time. Work, family, and other demands keep you busy. It’s true, but if this passion project is that important to you, then you should definitely make time for it.



Piso fares and long weekends are definitely reason to travel more. So what’s stopping you? Well, a lot. You’ve no money, no time, et cetera. But sometimes, you might be able to save up for even a local travel if you try cutting down on other things, e.g. commute or bring your own food to work as a way to start saving up for travel.


Which ones are you having a hard time on? Share with us your pain below!