The majority of people are unhappy about their lives and they have many reasons to be unhappy. One of the popular factors considered as the one dropping the quality of life is lack of money.
Yet, it might happen you will never start earning more through your whole life and your financial condition will never be improved. It might also happen you start earning more and more and you keep on feeling unhappy because it will never seem enough for you. That is so since happiness actually does not come with money. Money is just one of the tools available for you to get the things that might bring you happiness.
Look for pleasure in experiences
Of course, for some of the experiences you will enjoy in your life, you will still have to pay. Still, there is abundance of hobbies and engaging activities you can do for free or fora minimal financial cost. It is worth to observe what you would like to do and learn your preferences. With time, this will give you an opportunity to pick your favourite hobbies which will keep you engaged without a need to constantly purchase things you actually do not need and feeling miserable if you cannot afford them.
Save your time on shopping
Hunting for new purchases in the material world can be very exciting and there is no surprise in the fact many people become seriously addicted to it. Unfortunately, many individuals are getting into a serious trap of constantly exceeding the amount of time they are spending on work to be able to earn more and more and get more while their life is actually only passing buy.
This is also the reason why seeing financial incentives at work as primary motivation can be rather confusing and lead to a lot of disappointment and frustration.
Now, any time you will be willing to buy something new, think about the exact amount of time you have to spend on work to be able to earn this thing. Then, estimate the things in your life you will have to resign from in order to be able to spend this time on work. It might be a good night sleep, workout or even an evening with your family. This will help you to prioritise what is really important in your life and get more fulfilment of the things that actually matter to you rather than from the things that are advertised to you as extremely important.