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Happiest people spend 4 lifetime experiences

The happiest people are those who spend money on lifetime experiences and not objects.

The happiest people are not those who spend money on new clothes, fashionable shoes, and expensive jewelry to the point of addiction. But it is important to remember the importance of investing in the life experiences of more than one piece of a famous designer. Money does not buy happiness!

The happiest people in the world are the ones who keep their distance from reckless waste on often useless objects.

Instead, they spend their money on travel, experiences, and memories. If we all invested in our future rather than our shoes, our lives would be more beautiful than anything else money can buy.

Life is memories, not diamonds.

Just think about it: at the end of your life will you recall the fact that you had a state-of-the-art phone and shoes from a famous designer or people who defined you?

Researchers at San Francisco State University have found that people understand that life is the memories we create but fall into the trap of overconsumption, which we eventually regret.

FOCUS ON WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY AND NOT WHAT MAKES YOU POPULAR

Research at Cornell University Many would like to buy expensive watches and jewelry for social status. We live in advertising society and everything we buy is motivated by our promotion.

Dr. Thomas Gilovich is a professor at Cornell University: We buy things to make us happy, and we succeed. But for a while, the new objects excite us, but then we get used to them. He continues: I do not argue that we should not reward ourselves after hard work with a new outfit or an outing but to invest more in experiences that create memories than in objects that will not be of interest in the short term. Experiences are most of us from objects. You may think that yours is related to these objects, but it is outside of you. On the contrary, your experiences are part of you and who you ultimately are.

LEAVE THE PRICE CARD AND EXPLORE THE WORLD AROUND YOU

Consumption definitely opens up many jobs. But, many people now understand the invaluable benefits of a trip, education, and creative activities.

These contribute to our personal happiness, to a positive attitude towards life.

Why buy the latest technology phone when you can use the money to go to a country for the first time?

It’s time to stop spending on items and think about the memories you can make with little savings and a map!


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