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Tim Berry on business planning, starting and growing your business, and having a life in the meantime.

InfoGraphic: People Are Happier with Experiences Instead of Things

And who would argue? Data shows money is more likely to buy happiness when you spend it on doing something, or going somewhere, instead of just owning something. This makes sense to me. What do you think?

If you want to be happy, spend money on experiences, not things

My thanks to for this one.

  • Levi Hagen

    My sister sent me the link to this article to passively agressively communicate that I place too much value on things and should spend MY money on experiences despite the fact that I just got back from a trip to France. I wonder if my sister, who just sent this, is enjoying her new home and the lonely, high pedestal she occupies within it. Just kidding. Love you, Therese.

    • Theresa Johnson

      To all interested:

      He no doubt typed this from his newly remodeled kitchen or from his BMW M3. Love ya lots!