10 Reasons Why Staying at Home to Chill is Better Than Going Out

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There are some people who cannot even stand the thought of staying at home for more than five hours, and there’re some people who just refuse to leave their home no matter how much you try to persuade them.

While there’re pros and cons to both staying at home and going out, some people firmly believe that unless there’s really a need to go out, letting your hair down and putting on your favourite pyjamas might have benefits that you’ve not have thought of, like…

You save money

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You might just save $20 one day, but add all the days together and you can buy a new handphone within a year.

You get to catch up on all the lost sleep

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Firstly, who doesn’t like sleeping? Secondly, with all the stress during the weekdays, sleeping will not only recharge you, it also takes the stress off your mind.

You won’t get burned by the sun

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Because the weather in Singapore is so unforgiving, you’re doing your skin a favour when you just lay back and relax at home.

You don’t need to put on a mask

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Come on, admit it: when you’re out there on the streets, you can’t be yourself completely. Unless you’ve dared to dig your nose in a crowded shopping centre for an hour, that is.

You are in control of your day

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Unless you go out alone, you’ll most likely need approval from all your friends before deciding where to go or what to do. Alone at home, you can do whatever you want without having being judged.

You get to spend some “me time” to reflect on the more important things

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Trust me, the more “me time” you have, the better a person you become. But of course, don’t spend every of your waking hour on me time lah.

 Technology has made everything possible for you at home

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Wanna catch a movie? You’ve got Netflix for you. Want to have a restaurant meal? You’ve got Foodpanda. The world is in your house because of the Internet.

You won’t get angry

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When you’re out there, queue-cutters, inconsiderate people and nasty friends could just raise your blood pressure. When you’re at home, the only thing that could make you angry is your slow Internet connection.

You don’t need to face nasty people

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People can be nasty—from road rage to just someone out there trying to pick on you. At home, not only do you face nobody, you can be a faceless troll hating on others online.

Your day will pass faster

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Has there been any research that shows spending time at home will make your time pass faster? If not, then here’s one new study: according to a study based on just one subject, your day will pass faster if you just nua at home. #truestory

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