I read 75 books a year.
Thank god for Kindle where I can highlight and store notes.
Don’t hate me.
It’s an illness. The thirst is quenched temporarily and it drowns me too.
I’m a slave to words. They own me.
Like good food or great conversation.
Sharing sparks with others; absorbing energy from people smarter and passionate than me.
I can’t get enough of the moments.
I’m nourished and starved at the same time.
Associate professors Elizabeth Dunn and Michael Noonan who wrote the book “Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending,” outline research which shows how money can do a better job of buying happiness – if you spend it right.
This book sticks with me.
Can you get a bigger bang for your happiness buck?
I think so.
1). Buy experiences. Research shows that spending on experiences edges out purchasing stuff as experiences…
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