4. Shirk on your chores
You’re your own best parent. If you’re feeling lazy, sure, just let the dishes stay in the sink for a while. The mood to clean up will eventually come to you. Hey, all in due time, amirite? (That is, if you don’t mind the occasional cockroach.)
3. Have the toilet all to yourself
Ah, the best things in life are the small pleasures indeed. No more lining up in the morning! No more clenching of sphincters! Even better, you can finally finish that Dan Brown novel while taking all the time you want.
Every once in a while, it’s great to be selfish.
2. Walk around in your underwear
In a country this hot, it’s a shame that you can’t walk around in your briefs or panties at home. Of course, something’s not right if you do that in the company of the kasambahay or Mom and Dad.
But in a condo, all those Homer Simpson dreams are finally coming true. This is Pambahay 2.0.
1. Sleep soundly in the mornings
In your parents’ house, sleeping until noon is close to impossible, what with the sound of Eat! Bulaga and the washing machine.
In your own condo, you can sleep—what’s the expression? Oh, right—like a newborn.
What are your favorite things about moving out? Sound off in the comments below!