Money Is Not the Key to Happiness « Sara | This I Believe
I'm a firm believer in "Money is the key to happiness"
Money is the key to happiness, when you learn to mold it and use it as a tool. By not needing money, you can focus on what really matters to you.
Christian Macias – Money is the Key to Happiness | Genius
I think the most important thing to change when becoming more frugal is your mindset. You need to get out of the mindset that money is the only way to solve problems and that money is the key to happiness. With a little creative thinking you will find that it is often possible to solve problems without spending money or at least without spending too much money.
Many people believe that money si the root of all evil. But contrary to that, I believe and agree that money is the key to human happiness. it has become indispensable in our lives when humans began using money for exchange of goods and services instead of he barter trade which was popular hundreds of years ago. Humans work to earn an income that would enable them to bring food to the table, clothe themselves as well as indulge in pleasures that can be obtained only through money.We’re basically all conditioned that money is the key to happiness, and most of us think money is required to live a lifestyle that ironically poor people in “third-world countries” already live.A happy life? Isn't that what we all want? Presumably, everyone knows what happiness is - it's having everything you want, and since what you want costs money, it would follow that money is the key to happiness. So the happy person must be the one who earns the most money: the brilliant businessperson...
The very first thing you will need to accept is that things are going to have to change. We all know that change isn’t easy, but your current path is simply not sustainable. You just aren’t making enough money to live the way that you do. If you can’t accept that, then you have zero chance of fixing this situation. You must also be willing to alter your understanding of what money is and what it does for you. We are taught from a very young age that money is the key to happiness, but decades of research has definitively shown us that it . You must learn to find other ways to deal with boredom, stress, and jealousy– emotions that often cause people to spend and then spend some more. Let’s get started.