21 Jul Create “weekend happiness” every day!
via BusinessInsider by Mikael Cho
Research finds that people are happiest on Saturdays — here’s how to recreate ‘weekend happiness’ every day
We’re happiest on Saturdays at 7:26 p.m.
At least that’s what this survey found. Yet while the exact time of 7:26 p.m. seems strange, there have been multiple studies to back up that people are generally happier on weekends.
A team of researchers from Rochester University found that regardless of how much money you make, how many hours you work, or even what you do for a living, people are happiest on Saturdays and Sundays.
Even unemployed people feel happier on weekends, according to a Stanford study.
It seems that “Weekend Happiness” is something we all tend to feel regardless of what’s happening in our lives.
Even though I love my work and have the freedom to set my own schedule, I know I feel less stressed on the weekends also. All this made me ask:
Why does a Saturday feel different than a Wednesday?
…to find out the answer AND what you can do for more happiness, just click HERE to read the full article