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Month: October 2011

Is More Always Better? | Psychology Today

 

 

In the study, the data was obtained from measuring how much free time 1,329 adolescents in the mid-western United States had, and how much importance they placed on materialistic values.  The adolescents were also asked to rate their perceived well-being, or happiness, levels. The results were fairly concordant, showing that those who practice compulsive buying and who put a great importance on material goods had a lower happiness level.  Possessing more things does not make one happier! Time affluence, or the amount of free time each subject had, influenced happiness levels as well.  The study showed that someone who is a compulsive buyer but who doesn’t have too little or too much free time will be happier than someone who does have to little or too much free time.

via Is More Always Better? | Psychology Today.

Internet security – How safe are you on the web?

Internet privacy today is just as important as your home’s privacy.  With identity theft, credit card scams, and other problems becoming commonplace education about them becomes important.

Who sees what you're doing?

We can help you evaluate your personal practices.  Google has also released some helpful information which you can use below.

Good to Know – Google.

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