Psychology debunks the idea that we’d be happier if we lived somewhere else — Quartz

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Virtually every time I travel to a new place, I find myself fantasizing about starting over there. Mostly the feeling sneaks up on me, as it did this summer while I walked on a coastal trail above the Pacific Ocean in Victoria, Canada. Wandering past giddy children and guitar-strumming buskers and off-leash dogs that never…

via Psychology debunks the idea that we’d be happier if we lived somewhere else — Quartz

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