Anticipation

The Daily Q #316


InQuire more: Learn how simply anticipating a vacation can boost your joy levels for weeks, as discussed in this New York Times article citing a study from the journal Applied Research in Quality of Life. Learn more about the neurochemicals of happiness from Psychology Today; and take in Business Insider’s overview of how researchers at UC Berkeley, UC San Francisco, and Cornell University found that “anticipating an experience brought more happiness than anticipating buying a material item.” Now go make some plans:)

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