1. They point out that national surveys have shown that while the number of leisure hours has increased in the United States over the past 50 years, there has been no accompanying increase in happiness. Instead, they write, people report feeling more time pressure.

    Putting a Price on Time Subtracts From Happiness | Science of Happiness & Impatience | Economics | LiveScience

    The findings of this study do nothing to surprise me, but who says leisure time has increased in the US? Lies!

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  4. Research has shown that most people are unbelievably bad at predicting what will give them sustained, long term happiness.
    – Tony Hsieh, Zappos’ CEO.  I find this fascinating. (via juliaallison)

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