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New Year, New Me: Signs You’ve Embraced Adulting

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Adulting is never easy. Even when you plan or think you’re ready for what’s to come, there will always be bumps along the way. That said, growing up can feel less overwhelming once you start achieving adulting milestones step-by-step.

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Think you’ve mastered the art of adulthood? Here are signs to look out for:

You have a steady job.

It’s natural to jump from one job to another at the beginning of your career, but as you grow older, you begin to understand what you want to do until you retire. You weigh in on the pros and cons before accepting a job offer because you know your value. You’re aware that there are other jobs out there that would better suit your skills and experience.

You manage your time wisely.

There is a common misconception that being busy equates to being productive. Many people try to multitask and eventually produce low-quality output or get burned out. Adulthood is about accepting the fact that you can’t juggle multiple responsibilities all at once and understanding that prioritization is key to lessening the burden.

You prioritize your finances and ensure government papers.

When you were younger, you were comfortable living from paycheck to paycheck. Now, you’re financially independent and only spend what you can afford. You keep track of all your bills. You want to avoid the hassle of time-consuming queues, and so you pay for your utilities and reload your radio-frequency identification (RFID) stickers on time and online.

Signs of Adulting: ShopeePay for Top Up and PaymentsYou also ensure that aside from updating government IDs such as your driver’s license and passport, your NBI clearance is up to date in case of employment. For secure and worry-free transactions, Shopee has you covered. Use ShopeePay, Shopee’s official mobile wallet, to top-up your EasyTrip account and pay for your NBI clearance.

Here’s how you can reload your EasyTrip account and pay for your NBI clearance with ShopeePay:

ShopeePay is a safe, convenient, and secure way for users to pay for their bills and online shopping purchases. It also offers monthly promos, cash backs, daily vouchers, and discounts for both new and regular users.

Adulting made easy with ShopeePayUntil February 1, users can enjoy 10% cashback when they pay their postpaid bills and 20% cashback when they pay for their NBI clearance using ShopeePay. For more information about the bill payment, check out https://shopee.ph/m/bills-payment.


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