‘Happy people tend to spend money on experience more than on things,’ begins the author.
Of course what he means is HAVING THE EXPERIENCE rather than GAINING EXPERIENCE.
With regard to his Basics, I would say,
‘A person who cannot enjoy a Cup of Coffee, or a Plain Salted Biscuit, (purely from the viewpoint of Enjoyment), the Beauty of a Flower or Butterfly, etc, and NEEDS Exotic Foods or experiences like Bungee jumping, then that means that:
HE IS UNHAPPY 99% OF THE TIME!
I Wish You all Happiness, Love and Peace!
“Most people would rather be certain they’re miserable, than risk being happy.” ~Dr. Robert Anthony
1. Spend money on experience, not things
Happy people tend to spend money on experience more than on things. Of course, there are daily necessities that we need in order to function. But, at the end of the day, it is the quality of our moments that bring us the most joy. If we focus on the next “thing,” a new sport jacket, a designer handbag or a nicer car, we are likely to fall prey to the vicious cycle of not being satisfied with what we have.
2. Don’t neglect the basics
People who are happy tend to manage the basics of self-care better than people who are unhappy. From a behavioral perspective, if a person is not tending to the basics (staying active, eating healthy, making time for self-care, etc.), how can they possibly reap the benefits that a person who is…
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