It was learned that people spent an average of $148 per month to buy themselves extra time. Basically, they traded money for time. They paid others to do basic household maintenance, shopping and cooking (hmmmm....that whole child thing wasn't mentioned...did they hire people to pick up their kids and take them to soccer practice or guitar lessons, do their laundry, monitor homework?)
You guessed it. "Stuff" didn't feel as good as "time saved" did. For the "time saved" weekend, the subjects felt more joy and enthusiasm and less anger, fear and nervousness.
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