Money Can Buy Happiness: How to Spend to Get the Life You Want by M.P. DunleaveyYOU CAN AFFORD TO BE HAPPY
MP Dunleavey, personal finance columnist for the New York Times and creator of the award-winning “Women in Red” column on MSN Money, presents a radical new plan for attaining happiness—and it doesn’t involve taking money out of the equation. The secret to true and lasting contentment is learning how to spend your cash.
Don’t just spend on—invest in yourself!
Learn how to use your money to buy:
Peace of Mind
How many times have you been told money can’t buy happiness?
It’s time to abandon this old chestnut because money is a powerful tool, which can in fact buy you all of the things you never thought it could: peace of mind, a healthier lifestyle, more time to do the things you love, stronger relationships, security, and loads of fun.
In a world where we’re bombarded with the temptations of conspicuous consumption, personal finance columnist MP Dunleavey presents an antidote to empty spending. Through quizzes, worksheets, real life examples, and sound financial advice, MP shows you how to stop throwing your money away on fleeting pleasures like the hot new designer handbag, or the biggest house on the block, and start investing in your own portfolio of happiness.
Reallocating your assets to reflect what really satisfies you is the way to enjoy a life of true wealth. Money Can Buy Happiness is for anyone who believes finishing happy is more important than finishing rich.
Money and Happiness: A Guide to Living the Good Life
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The truth is I did not originally write this book for the masses. Instead, I wrote this book for my four kids and the motivation for the book came from my work on legacies. I believe everyone has a legacy to share and no matter how ordinary you are, there are people that can benefit from your beliefs, values, and experiences. Although I do not view myself special to the world, I do think I am still special to my wife and my kids. I adore my family and I like to think they adore me.
Everything is not binary
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Yes, of course, I understand the appeal of the way the title is actually worded. In a skit , when a robber says to Mr. When the robber repeats the line more emphatically, Mr. So far be it from me to change the title, but mine would have been more accurate because the book is all about figuring where money fits into your life. I am not one of them, but more on that later. Most personal finance books focus on how you can pay for the lifestyle you already have or to which you aspire. Robin — who updated the book on her own; Mr.
We all want to be happy. A feeling that connects us with others and deep into ourselves. But how does money impact your happiness? There are an infinite number of stories of people who have made a ton of money but are miserable. The same goes for people who have very little, but still, find joy in their lives.