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3 Ways to Increase Happiness

3 Ways to Increase Happiness

| June 10, 2020
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As a result of coronavirus, a majority of Americans – those who remained employed – were forced to work from home. For many of us, this was a first and took some mental adjusting. However, one positive result of working from home may have been the substantial impact on your bank account. Whether from the saved gas money or lack of social experiences, chances are that you saved quite a bit of money during lock-down.

Between the forced mental and financial change, a lot of folks had a taste of what retirement may look like. How was your experience?

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What do you individually value? [2:22]

What will retirement feel like? [3:24]

What did you like about working from home? [5:48]

How to Play Bridge [8:18]

Can you spend less? [9:01]

Are you spending money on the right things? [10:33]

 

Source: Benartzi, S. (2020) ‘What Quarantine Can Teach You About Spending and Happiness’, The Wall Street Journal, 26 May. Available at: https://www.wsj.com/articles/what-quarantine-can-teach-you-about-spending-and-happiness-11590534368 (Accessed: 29 June 2020)

 

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