Did your favorite vacation spot make the list of Most Sinful Cities in America?

A new year represents fresh opportunities and a chance to reset your life, and with the pressure of impending New Year’s resolutions, most people are focused on goals this week. There’s this thought that you have to get your life together and travel the world in Instagram-worthy ways. But for some, this time of year is as much about things to avoid as it is about things to pursue. Queue the Most Sinful Cities in America list. 

Several Florida cities made the list of 182 most sinful cities in the United States — with two landing in the top 10. The list is based on the seven sinful behaviors: anger, jealousy, excesses, greed, lust, vanity and laziness.

Whether it’s alluring bars that tempt you into overindulging and never burning off your stubborn beer belly or hellish traffic that quickly disrupts your newfound zen, your goals may be in danger if you venture to these Florida destinations. (Keep reading to find out why two Florida cities made the list.)

Most Sinful Cities

Las Vegas, NV
Los Angeles, CA
New York, NY
Houston, TX
St. Louis, MO
Atlanta, GA
Miami, FL
Philadelphia, PA
Chicago, IL
Orlando, FL

Read the full Wallethub list here.

So what's going on in Miami and Orlando? Well, you can probably guess, but let's break it down anyway.

Miami is too focused on vanity

The city is known for lavish nightlife options, making it easy to get sucked into the craveable Hollywood-esque vibes. The insane amount of bars may tempt you into ditching your healthy resolutions. And if that's not enough, Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice Attorneys Kaire & Heffernan, LLC identified the four most dangerous clubs in Miami based on criminal activity between 7pm to 4am: Club D-Vine, Club Lexx, Coco’s Nightclub and Showgirls Inc.

Orlando is ultra excessive

Orlando is the Florida hub of flashy attractions so saving money can be a tough task. If budgeting in the New Year's resolution, you obviously want to avoid splurging — and not-so-obviously may want to avoid this city.

Just when you thought prices couldn’t get any higher at Walt Disney World, the theme park announced overnight guests will be charged for parking, MarketWatch reports. Take into account the irresistible theme park food and you have yourself a recipe for overspending. If you just can't imagine 2019 without a theme park experience, try eating before going to prevent the temptation of shelling out too much money.

How do you plan to make 2019 a better year? Comment below.