Mind your own business

Turns out that people who constantly wish they were someplace else become unhappy.

No kidding? Who paid for that study -- I want to conduct a study to find out if people who blog actually write more than people who do not blog. It'll cost about $1.7 million to find out. I'm available to do the research.

6 comments:

Rachael Starke said...

You'll need someone to help wordsmith the final report for maximum impact. I'm available; I'll even reluctantly offer my generous 10% friends and family discount. Net30 Day terms for payment still apply.

Becky, slave of Christ said...

Rachael! I was going to say that!!!

Brad Williams said...

Wow. You know, I actually enjoyed that article. Most of the time, people are not engaged in the "present." I find that fascinating.

David Regier said...

A song! Your report needs a theme song!

Strong Tower said...

Word Verification: shtness

,The study tracked 2,250 people via the trendy iPhone gadgets... that contacted volunteers at "random intervals to ask how happy they were, what they were currently doing...

Subjects reported being happiest while having sex,


Nah, they didn't... nah, say it ain't so!

They say that driving while using those gadgets is dangerous, so I suppose we will see a national study on the pregnancy rates among those who use iPod during conjugation. I wonder if it makes a difference on the happiness scale if a hands-free device was used.

I sense a new TV series, The New Voyerisms Of Scientific Enterprize.

Sir Aaron said...

Frank, don't limit yourself. You'll need $1.7 million to start the research. Who knows what you'll need after various overages and unexpected expenses.