Spending money so that it increases your happiness and wellbeing is an art form in itself. People who spend more on things that fit with their personality traits are happier, new research finds. For example, extroverted people are happier spending money in a restaurant. In contrast, the introverted get more pleasure from spending money in bookshops. A better fit between spending and personality was linked to life satisfaction more than total wealth or total spending. In other words: it matters less how much you have or how much you spend — what really matters is what you spend it on.
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