A 20-year study revealed that we should not spend money on things because the happiness they provide fades quickly. Researchers also found that experiences, though short-lived, deliver more lasting happiness than materials iitems they are a more significant part of you than possessions.
Harvard began a study in 1938 that is still ongoing. It began with 724 volunteers with 60 of the original still participating. After biometric tests, and brain scans and questionnaires, the clearest message that came from this study is good relationships keep us happier and healthier. Period.
Winter is finally over, and the outdoors is beckoning us to come on out and get the fresh air and sunshine. Harvard Medical School stated that spending time outdoors benefits our physical and mental health.
Most New Year’s resolutions revolve around finances or healthier nutrition and exercise habits.