I want this, that and that.
The fact is that the main barrier to happiness is: adaptation.
When something we’ve purchased gets to be distinctly standard, boring and unexciting, the level of life fulfillment we feel falls, and we’re compelled to look around for the following buy.
This procedure is rehashed and once more.
Be that as it may, studies completed at Cornell University have figured out how to break this toxic cycle. Brain science teacher Thomas Gilovich has demonstrated that we encounter a similar increment in satisfaction when we purchase something we need and when we go travelling. Whatsmore, — and here’s the most critical point — the measure of satisfaction we get from our buy falls after some time, whereas the memories of our traveling experience continue to supply us with happiness hormones for much longer.
Travelling to new locations, exciting events, going on outings, daytrips, adapting new environments, even outrageous adventures — these are a perfect wellspring of happiness for every last one of us. Another gadget or even another car will in the long run turn out to be simply one more thing we own and will generally get become distinctly old and obsolete. But with travel, each new memory, over again, turns into a genuine source of happiness that stays with us for our entire lives.