Right, I'm putting the problems of the week behind me and living in the moment. I read during the week that psychologists at Harvard University have collected information from over 2,000 volunteers to find out how often they were living in the moment and focused on what they were doing, and what made them most happy.
They discovered that people were happiest when having sex, exercising or in conversation, and least happy when working, resting or using a home computer. And although subjects' minds were wandering nearly half of the time, this consistently made them less happy.
So sitting here half thinking about this week's post is not making me happy. I'd best get on with it.
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