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LOOK LOCAL – We purchase and collect belongings with the idea that doing so will make us happier. But recent research shows the material items we buy only make us feel happy temporarily; at first they’re exciting to us, but then we adapt to them. Experiences, on the other hand, become ingrained in our identity and therefore produce greater sources of happiness over longer periods of time.

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Charlotte is a writer, blogger and amateur photographer based out of Toronto with interests in positivity, creative muse, generational differences and the future of work. She has written for Zoomer Magazine, The Globe and Mail, The Huffington Post Canada and other Canadian publications. She currently blogs for a range of small and medium-sized businesses.