College is a time where anything goes and nothing is sacred. Studying and going to class, at times, take a back seat to "recreational" activities.
You gain a lot of wisdom in college, but you also pick up some bad habits. Here are a few you need to get rid of. And Here's how:
1. Ordering In all the time / Eating out too much
In college you made every excuse in the book not to cook in your own kitchen. Maybe it was because your house was a shanty, or you just didn't have time in-between classes. Finals? Eat out. Bad day? Eat out. Who cares? Here in adult-land it's effing expensive to eat out all the time. And you've got to save your cash. Eating out every day adds up, so try to eat at home more than you eat out, and you'll see the habit go away.
2. Eating Fast Food all the time
A burger here and there is not going to kill you, but come on, three times a week? You're not a frat boy anymore. Get it together. Eating like a bro for the rest of your life will lead to heart disease, high blood pressure and just general laziness. So start making your diet a little more manageable and you'll feel a lot better.
3. Partying 5 nights a week and drinking like a fish
Okay, we understand it's good to let loose and go out, but you can't sustain going out every night in the AfterLife...like after college? It's not cute or fun to go out all the time...it's a problem. So do your work, bear down and get your life going! It's one thing to do a weekend bender every once in a while, or celebrate something with drinks...but doing the whole "let's drink a case of beer!" thing won't fly.
4. Sleeping in and missing things / being late
If you claim you never slept through a class by accident, you're a dirty liar. In college it was okay to miss things...you roll in late, sit down, take your class, pass it...whatever. It didn't matter, as long as you didn't fail.
In life, being late or missing things will make you lose your job. It'll ruin your life. So kick this habit by setting some alarms and checking in with these two cards to get your morning routine on point: