Giving Up on Living Life
Giving up on life because you don’t want to spend too much money, any money, or you don’t have any money is not the answer. It will not make you happy. Living life is what makes you happy. You don’t need any money to be happy. Spending time with friends and family talking is free and guess what? It can make you happy.
Don’t have any family available to chat? Well, there are thousands of people you can be friends with and it doesn’t cost anything to meet them. You can spend time in a park, at a senior center, or at the library. As you frequent these places, you may start to see others there multiple times, and that’s your cue that they are interested in what you are, so they would make a great friend.
You don’t HAVE to be social to be happy either. You can do things that make you happy. Think of the hobbies you’ve had or some new ones you would like to try. If you have to invest some money into it, don’t worry about it too much as long as you have money for your necessities. If you don’t have any money, look for activities you can do for no money. Senior centers are perfect places to find them.
Low cost or free activities are available to you, but don’t be afraid to use your money to make you happy. Life is for living. When you stop living, you stop being happy. Pick your life up and start making it a happy one again. You deserve it.
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Money vs. Happiness: Which Is Important to You?
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