- quite rural and remote except for Auckland (which is not big by North American standards)
avalpert wrote:BradMajors wrote:You are also likely to achieve greater happiness by spending X dollars at age 25 then by spending X dollars when you are 65.
Assuming you are talking about X real dollars, why would you think this is true?
Calm Man wrote:I believe one should spend to be happy. That said, I cannot conceive of spending on something like a motorcycle instead of saving for my future. A motorcycle - is that critical to happiness?
Trader Joe wrote:No, in the United States someone making less than $50,000 per year is not considered successful. In fact just the opposite.