e t t e
Does happiness or a lack o f it, depend on being
busy or m aterial goods? Here’s the answer.
According to a study by Chris Manolis of Xavier University
and James Roberts of Baylor University, US, excess doesn’t
always equal happiness. When 1,329 teens were asked how
much importance they gave to materialistic values, vis-à-vis
happiness, the results showed that those who were materialistic
had lower happiness levels. In fact, to be happy, lack of free
time plays a crucial role along with high-activity levels. So tell
your teens that designer jeans will not make them happy. Keep
them busy, so that they are happier without the pricey add-ons.
A R T
The Good Karma Shelter, Kasauli, in
association with Transmedia Arts, will
Art, an art exhibition,
in Delhi, beginning December to 21st
January, 2011. Artists will reinvent
the head of the sacred cow to raise
funds for stray and abandoned
animals. For more info, logon
F r a m e I t
Want to feel close to your family and
friends even when in the kitchen? Get
these cute photo frames for your
refrigerator. These magnetic frames are a
good buy, as they have a plastic front for
easy cleaning and maintenance. Buy
them for yourself or gift them to a friend,
each, Crazy Daisy.
F o r Y o u r D o g
Rashee Kuchroo, a pet chef, has started
in Gurgaon—a tiffin service specially for
your pet dog. She provides gourmet food, cookies,
and cakes for your furry animal and caters to each
dog individually, depending on their needs and
feedback from the owners. Dogs suffering from
arthritis, skin infections, or heart problems get
Call 0/98970-10770 for more info.
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T r i b u t e t o J o b s
A big loss to the world Steve Job’s
biography released just a few
days after his death. Written by
Sieve Jobs: The
, is about the
roller-coaster life of Jobs whose
sole aim was perfection. He dreamt
of revolutionizing PCs, animation,
phones, and digital. A must-read if
you’re looking for inspiration.
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