10 "Kapit Patalim" Struggles of Every Employee Before Payday

10 "Kapit Patalim" Struggles of Every Employee Before Payday

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As much as we tell ourselves we’re going to save on the next payday, we always end up having to count the coins in our piggybank. Because whether we admit it or not, when we receive our paychecks, it’s a party for the first few days and tipid mode on the next week and a half. Because of the inevitable expenditures, (I mean hey they say live life to the fullest right?) we often use the phrase “kapit patalim”, our version of holding on for dear life. Here are ten relate-able struggles every employee goes through while waiting for payday.

1. You End Up Bringing Baon To Work. Time to whip out the lock ‘n lock and tupperwares!

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