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60 Ways to Buy an Extra 60 Minutes Every Day

Best Life Logo By Alex Daniel of Best Life | Slide 1 of 61: <p>Plenty of research will tell you that more money—besides a certain amount required to cover your basic necessities and then some—doesn’t necessarily mean more happiness. But do you know what does directly translate into more happiness? More time.</p><p>A <a href="http://m.pnas.org/content/early/2017/07/18/1706541114.full?mc_cid=0e4be9d2e5&amp;mc_eid=f04bf7477d">new study</a> published in the PNAS Scientific Journalfound that “buying time” (such as delegating household chores) actually led to measurably greater life satisfaction.</p><p>Now, we’d never tell you to ease off of your quest for that raise, but we’d definitely tell you to try to get more time out of your days. In some cases, that might mean literally hiring someone to do the stuff you don’t want to do. It might also mean re-thinking how you approach certain daily time-sucks, such as email. And it may mean changing the ways you interact with your closest colleagues—all in the interest of being a speedier, more effective worker, and then having more time to yourself. Read on for the best ways to get a full hour back every single day. And for more great tips for getting things done, here are <a href="http://bestlifeonline.com/stop-procrastination/">15 Ways to Triple Your Productivity Every Day.</a></p>

Plenty of research will tell you that more money—besides a certain amount required to cover your basic necessities and then some—doesn’t necessarily mean more happiness. But do you know what does directly translate into more happiness? More time.

A new study published in the PNAS Scientific Journalfound that “buying time” (such as delegating household chores) actually led to measurably greater life satisfaction.

Now, we’d never tell you to ease off of your quest for that raise, but we’d definitely tell you to try to get more time out of your days. In some cases, that might mean literally hiring someone to do the stuff you don’t want to do. It might also mean re-thinking how you approach certain daily time-sucks, such as email. And it may mean changing the ways you interact with your closest colleagues—all in the interest of being a speedier, more effective worker, and then having more time to yourself. Read on for the best ways to get a full hour back every single day. And for more great tips for getting things done, here are 15 Ways to Triple Your Productivity Every Day.

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