31 May The real “secret” to happiness?
A CU researcher has unearthed the recipe for happiness.
Hike the Grand Canyon. Sing karaoke. Dance the tango. Grill out with friends. And no matter what, don’t skimp on those experiences to save for a bigger apartment or plasma television.
CU-Boulder psychology professor and happiness expert Leaf Van Boven recently concluded a study in which he found that spending limited money on life experiences instead of material possessions generally makes people happier.
Happiness is more likely to come to those who “do” rather than to those who “buy”. Read more about this happiness research – click here.