Wouldn’t we all want to be rich? Fortunately, wealth is not all about the money. These articles will tell you all about it!
The Simple Trick To Feeling Wealthy Even When You're Not
“While we're told time and time again that being rich won't make us happy (science says it's experiences, not things, that boost the inner-joy dial) we can't help but wonder what it would feel like to have all the money in the world. Why can’t we just be rich, happy and successful all at once? Well, there are a few reasons why you're not rich yet, but the main culprit may be that you're spending cash like a millionaire, and let's face it, you probably wouldn't be reading this if you were. So what's the secret to feeling rich even when you're not? Well, we found a few activities that can start adding fulfillment and richness to your life—without spending a dime. So stop complaining and start doing.”
How To Feel Rich In Life Without Money
“Life isn’t all about the dollar bill and having a hefty bank balance doesn’t necessarily make you a wealthy person. Happy is the new rich. Take 69-year-old Heidemarie Schwermer from Germany who gave up using money over 15 years ago, she now says she’s the happiest she’s ever been. No, I’m not saying you have to stop using money and give away everything other than the clothes on your back, but we’re definitely living in a material world and you certainly don’t have to be a material girl!
If all the money on the entire planet suddenly vanished, and all the luxuries we own spontaneously combusted, these are the things that would still be there, stand the test of time and bring happiness to our lives. If you want to feel rich, just count all the things that money can’t buy. Let’s take the time to appreciate them.”
8 Things That Make You Feel Rich That Have Nothing To Do With Money
By Elite Daily
“I love money — like a lot. To an extent, it makes life easier. It allows for luxury and higher comfort. It relieves many worries and can also lead to many unique experiences. Most appealingly, it gives you power. It gives you the power to do good things on a very large scale.
At the same time, money can prove just the opposite. It can prove to make life much more complicated. It can make a wasteful and overly lavish lifestyle too attainable. The power money gives us can be, and most often is, used for evil things.
Money alone is not enough to make you happy, to make you feel rich the only way it matters to be rich. Money is only a means to an end — it's the end that really matters.
While money can buy you many ends, there are some ends you simply cannot purchase.”