Time Management Not Money Is the Key to Happiness, Find Study

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According to a report published in the Social Psychological and Personality Science journal, money is not in fact the key to happiness. When examining data from six different medical studies, researchers found that people who effectively manage their time tend to lead happier lives than anyone else, even those who earn the most money. The scientists who authored the report believe that because people who manage their time effectively can dedicate their focus to maintaining good mental and physical health by doing things like exercising regularly, eating right and engaging in stress fighting activities on a daily basis.

This Massage magazine piece details how anyone can increase their quality of life by taking certain proactive steps. For example, by cutting down time spent binge watching TV shows and taking on stress inducing obligations outside of work and family, you can free up time to do things work out a daily basis. Not only will regular workouts help optimize your body mass index, it’ll help you regulate the amount of stress hormones your body produces. It also notes that by getting biweekly massage sessions, you can promote good immune function, increase blood circulation and loosen up muscles and fascia that of become tight in the face of the kinds of everyday stressors we all encounter.

Read the full article here: A Massage Therapist’s Guide to Purposeful Time Management

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