The Pursuit of Happiness Part 3: Implementing Change and Person-Activity Fit

This is the final part of a 3 part series on the evidence behind sustainable change in happiness.  In this part we’ll look at how these concepts discussed can be put to work to cause a measurable and sustainable happiness increase.  Specifically, how to choose and implement activities. Continue reading “The Pursuit of Happiness Part 3: Implementing Change and Person-Activity Fit”

Money doesn’t buy happiness, but money might make you think you are happy.

My first ever post… hmmmm, this was a tough one.  I thought I would start small and  in line with the goals of this blog take on the old adage “Money doesn’t buy you happiness”.

Is this fact or just another phrase that caught on over time, just some good old fashioned lore?  Like  “drink 8 glasses of water per day” which, as it turns out has little medical basis and gets plenty of my patients into trouble.   For those interested, here is how to get to 8 glasses per day.

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