Did great in 2018? Consider these self-rewards

Huawei Philippines

Posted at Feb 01 2019 04:47 PM | Updated as of Feb 01 2019 04:48 PM

As the year opens, look back at all the hard work you to put in to achieve your goals last year, be it personal or professional. 

To inspire yourself to do just as good if not better than last year, don't you think it's great to start the year with something nice? 

Here are some ideas on what you can give yourself as a much-deserved reward for a hard-won year, and a much-needed motivation for the year that is yet to be.

1. Treat yourself to a sumptuous meal.

Get your favorite dish at some posh place and savor the experience. Good food is balm for the soul, and a culinary treat could just be the thing to cap the year. If dining by yourself is not your thing, take along your loved ones for an even more fun experience.

2. Get a pet.

If you've always been wanting to have a dog or a cat by your side, now is the time to adopt one into your home. A pet can also be an investment for the coming years. Studies have, after all, shown that pets can help improve emotional well-being.

3. Explore the world.

Traveling can help you push your reset button. You can also celebrate a great year with new experiences. Pick a place where you can expand your horizons and get more positive vibes for the coming year. 

4. Upgrade your gadget.

Does your phone have three lenses? Can you recharge your battery to 70% in only 30 minutes? If not, then you might want to switch up to Huawei Mate 20 or Mate 20 Pro, to give your digital life a well-deserved upgrade.

With these phones, you also get to have a companion to record all your life's milestones, and get you ready for the coming year’s challenges. 

More information about the new Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro can be found on the Huawei website, Facebook page, and Instagram account.

More information about the new Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro can be found on the Huawei website, Facebook page, and Instagram account.

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