There so many ways people can be happy. One possible factor which gives people happiness is how much money they make. Those who have higher incomes tend to feel more positive emotions focused on themselves. On the other hand, those who earn less take greater pleasure in their relationships with other people.
Can money really buy happiness? There is frequent talk about how much money it takes for someone to truly be happy. Actually, money is not the real key to happiness. However, you can definitely use your money to increase your happiness.
In other words, the key to real happiness is on knowing how and where to spend your money. Spending money wisely can boost the level of happiness.
We all want to use our money wisely. Sure, this statement sounds good in theory but putting it into practice is the real challenge. Spending is so easy to do, but saving for the rainy days is extremely difficult especially when your income level doesn’t match your lifestyle and the cost of living in your location.
If you want to get the most level of happiness out of your money, you need to take action today. Doing this quick, little action can have huge impact over time.
First, in order to be happy with what you have, you need to make a list of what you value; align your spending with your values. Take a moment to write down the things that are most important to you in life. This may include the security of your family, helping others, personal relationship or success of your business; but whatever your priority is, make sure that you’re spending your money on these things and not on the things out of your value system.
For more on how to buy real happiness, you should check out this interesting article from WA Today: https://www.watoday.com.au/business/consumer-affairs/money-can-t-buy-happiness-nine-ways-to-prove-that-theory-wrong-20190109-p50qb6.html