Longform musings on Life
For as long as Time, philosophers have sought the answer to the question of what makes a good life? Health, wealth and a good education are all deemed important, but can they be depended on? When the chips are down, what can guarantee human happiness? For the Nobel Prize winning behavioural psychologist Danny Kahneman the answer is simple: friendship.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest, LinkedIn, SnapChat… the average person spends an enormous 60 minutes a day on social networks, according to The Independent. And the majority of us are exhausted from not only keeping up with the constant stream of notifications and latest gossip, but also from the time and energy we spend carefully curating our own online, personal brand.