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Quote of the week: David Brooks

From The New York Times: “Most people vastly overestimate the extent to which more money would improve our lives. The daily activities most associated with happiness, [studies show], are sex, socializing after work...

“Most people vastly overestimate the extent to which more money would improve our lives. The daily activities most associated with happiness, [studies show], are sex, socializing after work, and having dinner with others. According to one study, joining a group that meets just once a month produces the same happiness gain as doubling your income. According to another, being married produces a psychic gain equivalent to more than $100,000 a year.”

David Brooks in The New York Times

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