Spend your time on things that are more important for you and make you happy.

Spend your time on things that are more important for you and make you happy.

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At Universal Health Hub, we strongly believe that since all of us have limited time each day, one should use that time wisely.

#UNVHealthHub. Over the last decade several research programs were carried out by many universities and institutions across countries to understand if there is a way to buy time and be happy, productive and grow? The participants surveyed were wealthy individuals to full-time working families.

The outcome from the research was “YES” it is possible to buy time and attain happiness, productivity, and growth.

How? By applying the business concept of outsourcing. You could outsource most repeated mundane household activities so you can repurpose that time in developing yourself, specialize in your trade/work and earn more or go live out those experiences you were longing for with the same amount of time in the day.

Why? As incomes and general standard of living has risen in most countries over the recent decade, more people have reported greater ‘time scarcity.’ On the flipside, with improvements in technology and maturity of businesses providing household related services, many people now outsource their home care workload like home care, meal preparations, home maintenance, lawn care, grocery, essentials shopping. And spend time with family, spend time earning versus saving on household chores, spend time doing what you are good at, spend time what you really like doing, save time and energy, which is more expensive than your money.

Read the study — Buying Time Promotes Happiness or the book Happy Money: The Science of Happier Spending, which suggests that purchasing experiences, investing in other people, and buying ourselves time boosts your spirits, promotes happiness and prosperity.

I spend $725 a month on chores I could do myself, and it’s one of the best money decisions I’ve ever made

Writer Kali Roberge spent her 20s being so frugal she ended up burnt out. Now, spending money on chores is something she wishes she’d done sooner.

Want To Be Happier? Spend Money On Avoiding Household Chores

In an age of time scarcity, buying our way out of the negative moments in the day is an important key to happiness, according to research by Ashley V. Whillans, Michael I. Norton, Elizabeth W. Dunn, Paul Smeets, and Rene Bekkers.

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