Happiness vs. satisfaction, the Diderot effect, travelling with pets, extending the life of your smart-phone, and the burnout phenomenon. This week’s Fresh Finds.

We all think we want happiness more than anything, but is it really all we need? According to Nobel Prize-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman, probably not.

Planning to splurge on something nice just this once? Beware of the Diderot Effect.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and overworked, you might be suffering from burnout. Here’s what you can do to combat the stress.

Tired of replacing your smart phone every two years? Check out this article for some tips on making your favorite piece of technology last longer.

Here’s a charming (and hilarious) piece by Linda Barnard for anyone who’s ever had the nerve-wracking experience of travelling with pets.

Aww of the week: This curious little otter.

See you next week!

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