Your favorite song is likely associated with an emotional event.

It is included you and everyone else.

Music impacts your perspective.

According to a study at the University of Groningen, music has a dramatic impact on your perception.

The more you spend on others, the happier you are.

Many studies say that if you spend more on others, you can be happier.

Spending money on experience instead of stuff also makes you happier.

If you collect more memories instead of things, you can be happier.

Kids are higher strung today than the average psych ward patient in 1950.

This is something scary. There are many people who suffer from anxiety, depression, or a sort of substance abuse nowadays.

Certain religious practices lower stress.

According to “The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Mood Disorders” people who engage in meditation and prayer religiously are less stressed out than others.

Money does buy happiness, but only up to $75,000 a year.

$75k a year can buy happiness for the average American. It liberates you from poverty and gets you what you need in life.

Being with happy people makes you happier.

Always try to be with happy people, it will make you happy too.

18 to 33-year-olds are the most stressed-out people on earth.

The three things which make them stressful are the family, education and work.

Convincing yourself you slept well tricks your brain into thinking it did.

They called it “placebo sleep” which gives you more energy.

Smart people underestimate themselves and ignorant people think they’re brilliant.

This is called the Dunning Kruger Effect, you can go through Facebook to see the truth of it.

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When you remember a past event, you’re actually remembering the last time you remembered it.

That memory blew the hell out of your mind as memories fade and distort over time.

Your decisions are more rational when thought in another language.

According to a study did in the university of Chicago, Korean citizens who thought in foreign languages reduced their overall bias.

If you announce your goals, you’re less likely to succeed.

Tests done in 1930s have proven that if you announce your goals, you’ll less succeed them.