The Do’s and Don’ts of the Festive Season

The Do’s and Don’ts of the Festive Season

“If only” is a common phrase used when one regrets the things they did during the festive season. You can’t mourn over split milk BUT you can avoid it.

The festive season is the season that everyone looks forward to as they will be spending time with their loved ones, visiting places, helping those in need, and living to their hearts’ contents. Here are a few pointers on what you should and shouldn’t do this festive season.

THE DO’S

~GET A VACATION JOB

Doing something productive and beneficial during the festive season is key. Therefore if one does not have commitments and obligations they should get a job as they will gain skills, experience and earn too.

~SPEND QUALITY TIME

One needs to bond with their friends & families and catch up. As it is the festive season you can make the quality time exciting by organizing family gatherings, going out with friends and exploring the city.

~INVEST

After receiving that fat bonus, you need to consider investing, be it in property, shares, foreign markets, etc

~SAVE

For the festive season, one must only buy the necessities and save for the upcoming year. You can save by opening a savings account as it enables you to get access to your funds when you need them.

THE DON’TS

~OVERSPEND

You have to prioritize according to your needs and not desires – know your budget. Do not spend money on products or services because of peer pressure as you do not know their source of income, ONLY SPEND ON WHAT YOU NEED.

~GO OUT ALONE

If you go out alone, notify a relative or a friend about your whereabouts.

~EAT WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW

As much as it is a season to explore and taste what you never tasted before, health is a priority and so one must maintain their weight with the food they intake.

Let me know in the comments below about your encounters during the previous festive seasons that you would do again and would not do again 😀

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