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After you’ve got your basics needs met getting more stuff, more money or more likes won’t make you any happier. Why is that?

In this video I break down why “more stuff” won't make us happy and how to circumvent the struggle.

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https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/evewoman/article/2001348828/14-little-things-that-will-improve-your-happiness14 little things that will improve your happiness

Here are easy ways to usefully improve your wellness while you’re making a cup of tea or waiting for the microwave to ping. Dr. Luke Powles of Bupa Health Clinics says, “It takes about a minute for a kettle to boil, so spend 30 seconds performing calf raises (rising on to tippy-toes and back down) and the remaining 30 seconds doing a wall sit.”

To do this, press your back flat against a wall and lower your body by bending your knees to an angle of 45 to 90 degrees. University of Manchester scientists found the sacculus, a tiny organ in the inner ear connects to the hypothalamus, the part of the brain that registers pleasure.

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/nov/11/what-is-nunchi-the-korean-secret-to-happinessWhat is ‘nunchi', the Korean secret to happiness?

In a new book, Euny Hong investigates the social ‘art of understanding’ that Koreans cultivate from childhood. Have you ever wanted to read minds?

Or wished you had a little bit more of whatever ineffable quality it is that makes some people seem effortlessly popular at parties, lucky in love, and successful at work?

Perhaps you need to brush up on your nunchi – a traditional Korean concept of situational awareness and the focus of the Korean American journalist and author Euny Hong’s new book The Power of Nunchi: The Korean Secret to Happiness and Success.