Category Archives: neuroscience

Money and Mindfulness

Lately, I have been reading about Mindfulness.  I posted two reviews over at Amazon.com, which I would like to share.  But first, some initial thoughts about the relationship between Money and Mindfulness that I hope to be able to expand … Continue reading

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Reducing Spending: Helpful bits of Psychology to Know

1. We are poor at “affective forecasting,” or predicting how we’ll feel—in large part because we tend to project our present emotions into the future. As a corrective, hink not just about how you will feel about getting the item, … Continue reading

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