More Happiness: Ricard

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Leisure activities enhance satisfaction, especially among those who do not work (the retired, those of independent means, the unemployed), in part because people are more in voluntary control of what they do.
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Vacations have a positive effect on well-being, calm, and health.
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Only 3 percent of people on vacation complain of headaches, as opposed to 21 percent of those working.
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The same disparity holds true for fatigue and irritability.
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It should be noted that watching television, as popular as it is, leads to only a minimal increase in well-being.
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As for those who watch a lot, they are on average less happy.
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In the United States and in Europe, people spend an average of 3.5 hours a day in front of a television set.
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That is a whole year of life every seven years!
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