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Learning A New Skill This Way Makes You Happier & Healthier

Want to feel more self-confident, active and enthused? A new study suggests that taking an evening course can make you feel more satisfied with your life. And it doesn’t seem to matter what course you choose. Studying Happiness Researchers at Oxford University studied people who took one of seven different adult education evening classes. The […] The post Learning A New Skill This Way Makes You Happier & Healthier appeared first on Brain Sponge Blog.
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