Yay me, I found the perfect physician job: warm (but not hot) all year round, right on the beach, 1 hour drive to mountains with skiing, large international airport (with Southwest), 7 figure pay, low cost state with no income tax, tons of benefits (401k, 457b, match, healthcare), no buy in immediate partnership, no call, 15 weeks paid vacation and 2 fulls days off a week.
This is a continuation from a previous post titled: How spending money can create happiness – Part 1
5. Pay now and consume later
Modern culture is consume now, pay later. We can get almost whatever we want, on credit, delivered to out door within 1-2 days (sooner if amazon drones take off). This eliminates anticipation, which is a source of happiness. Taking the cookie example, eat the cookie now and get X pleasure, or save the cookie for later and get X pleasure plus all the anticipatory pleasure from delaying. Continue reading “How spending money can create happiness – Part 2”