Happiness Paradox

Happiness Paradox

Most people are pressed for time, not having much of it to spend on doing things they love or want to do. Happiness should, therefore, be equated with more free time, but that isn't the case.
Busypeople tend to be happier than the ones with no work.

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How Much Leisure Time Do the Happiest People Have?

How Much Leisure Time Do the Happiest People Have?

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