For many Pinays, milk tea is life, and with more and more chains popping up nationwide, each with brand new gimmicks to offer avid enthusiasts, milk tea is gradually becoming the national drink of today's generation. But before you start craving another cup, think about your health and your wallet first. How much milk tea have you already consumed in a month? How much have you already spent for your milk tea fix?

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If the average amount you spend on a milk tea drink is P100 to P120 and you buy one serving for each day of the month, you are likely spending around P3,000 to P3,600 monthly just for your milk tea fix. Looking at it now, that's a lot of money already. You could probably buy these things with that amount:

A camera for your creative endeavors.

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TRY: Lomo Fisheye Camera Pack (All Black), P3,200, Film Folk

Wireless earphones that aren't AirPods.

TRY: Sudio Tolv R White Earbuds, P4,000, Sudio

That pair of sneakers you've been wanting for so long.

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Fila Ray White Sneakers, P3,499, fila.com.ph

A hydro flask for your workout sessions.

TRY: Hydro Flask Black Wide Mouth, P2,490, Zalora

Your favorite K-Pop group's new album for you and your ka-fangirl.

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TRY: BTS Map Of The Soul: Persona, P1,000, CNA Philippines

A smartwatch for your health goals.

Huawei Band 3 Smart Band, P2,490, Huawei

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