Financial stability is certainly an important component of well-being, but as you state, there is so much more to wellness! I once read a Duke University study about the correlation between money and happiness. Not surprisingly, as wealth increased, happiness increased in smaller and smaller increments. Nice article!

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Alexandra Piedoux

Alexandra Piedoux

Holistic Wellness | Psychology | Mental Health | Mindfulness | Nature | Powerful advocate of positive psychology and intellectual curiosity :)

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