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10 Sep

Those people who value their time more than money are happier than those who value money over time. (In brief. Valuing time makes you happier. Monitor on Psychology, 2016, December, p.13)



9 Aug

Robert Frost: Happiness makes up in height what it lacks in length.


30 Mar

A strong sense of humor is associated with a longer life in women, in spite of illness, and resistance to infection in men. (Rodriguez, T. Laugh lots, live longer. Scientific American Mind, 2016, 27(5), p. 17)


13 Mar

On a scale from 1 (least happy) to 10 (happiest), according to the 2016 World Happiness Report, the mean happiness level for the USA is 7.10. Denmark had the highest rating (7.52), then Switzerland (7.51), Iceland ( 7.50), and Norway (7.50). Six variables explained 75% of the difference between the happiest and unhappiest countries: gross domestic product per capita, social support, healthy life expectancy, freedom to make life choices, generosity, and perception of corruption. (In brief, Monitor on Psychology, 2016, 47 (7))