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  • Time-saving purchases make people happier
  • Time-saving purchases make people happier
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Time-saving purchases make people happier

Money might not be able to buy happiness, but research suggests that it can at least buy free time – and thus higher life satisfaction. With people feeling more time-poor than ever, they're deriving satisfaction from making time-saving purchases – like outsourcing chores or buying meal kits.

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