More experiences, less material goods

Happiness can mean very different things to different people. Psychology Professor Thomas Gilovich from Cornell University, in the state of New York, has made four studies on the subject over decades and came to the conclusion that happiness is derived from experiences, not things. People who use their money to live great experiences are happier on average than those who own a lot of items. We can only agree with him. Experiences are the glue of our social lives, mattering much more than the latest gadget. When they are shared, experiences allow us to get closer to others in a way impossible with inanimate objects that we can buy. That’s exactly why Parade's talents become so relevant in our unbridled technological world. Amazing people offering amazing performances! When was the last time you did something for the first time? It’s that simple, you must fill your life with experiences!

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