26 Oct Why living in 2015 is actually pretty great!
If you watch the news you could easily believe the world is a pretty horrible place.
And sometimes it is; with bad people doing bad things.
But there's much more to the world than what we see on the news and if one makes an effort to look at what's really going on, more broadly, there's much to be thankful for!
It's no surprise that focusing on the good and being grateful is better for our happiness; which is why I thought I'd share with you this wonderful (short) article by Melissa Dahl via Science of Us…
Last week, Princeton professor Angus Deaton was awarded the Nobel Prize for economics, a testament to his five-decade career spent using the subtleties of human behavior to illuminate the big data of economics, and vice versa. Deaton is also known for his refreshingly optimistic outlook on the world, something he spoke about in an interview today with Pacific Standard. “There's more democracy in the world than there’s ever been, there’s more people getting a chance to go to school, especially girls, many of whom throughout human history have had no chance at all,” Deaton said…
…keep reading more HERE