Comfort for the Jobless: What You Do Better Than the Rich

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You probably don't have to see the results of scientific research to know that money can get in the way of the appreciation of life's simpler pleasures, but a recent study done with chocolate proves that fact: You savor more when you have less.

It's not just the bitter and penniless who say what many people find obvious: If you know that big, expensive pleasures are going to be out of reach for awhile, you're going to appreciate the good, little things in life more. But how do you prove that scientifically? Researchers at the University of British Columbia seem to have found a simple way to do it.