365 Ways #311–Roll call

#311--In a unique study conducted by researchers at Harvard University, the happiness level of people questioned (on a scale of zero to 100) was always lower if their minds were focused somewhere other than the activity in which they were engaged. While it may come as no surprise that mind wandering was less when people were involved in pleasurable activities (only 10% daydreamed while having sex), even mundane tasks afforded a person more enjoyment if the person was fully focused on what they were doing. So it's not really what you're doing, but whether or not you're present when doing it.

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