Ronald Reagan was an American politician, the fortieth president of the United States from 1981 to 1989 and the thirty-third governor of the state of California from 1967 to 1975.
Maybe it's true what they say, money can't buy happiness because happiness shouldn't be just about having money, it must hide many more things that are clearly related to self-fulfillment. There's millionaire people, with all sorts of luxuries, but who are not completely happy yet, they feel that something is missing. Perhaps because they didn't have a balance in life about economic and personal well being. That clearly says that even if we have all the money in the world, we can't let go of other aspects that we feel are important to us.
On the other hand, money definitely can give you a life full of comfort and pleasant experiences. Once we experience some difference between, the things we can access thanks to this great tool of expansion that is money, and the sensation of limitation because we don't have it, we can't ignore that.
Research has shown that wealthy individuals tend to spend their time on activities associated with high levels of stress and tension, such as shopping, working, and commuting. Also, those who are obsessed with saving every penny forget to treat themselves every once in a while. It’s important to maintain a balance and meet somewhere in the middle.
Rather than getting caught up in making or saving money, focus on making more time for yourself to enjoy doing activities and seeing people who make you happy. People often lose sight of making the most of their lives when they get too attached to money that they end up forgetting why they were making or saving it in the first place. Don’t fall into that trap and start investing your time more accordingly. Remember life is all about balance.