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While people have debated whether parents are happier than non-parents, researchers suggest that the question of whether parents are more or less happy is not the most meaningful question.
Parents who are older and who have older children tend to be happier given that they are relatively more mature and financially stable.
They also feel less stress, are more fun to be around, are more optimistic, and enjoy their lives more than people who are unhappy.
If you're able to spend less time in the office by working remotely or having flexible hours, you should be able to be productive in both your personal and professional life.
You never know when the unexpected is going to happen, but when it does happen, you're surrounded by chaos. Being prepared for the worst case scenario can at least make things a whole lot less chaotic.
Interesting, Stevenson and Wolfers also find, a clear role for absolute income and a more limited role for relative income comparisons in determining happiness. So stop comparing yourselves to everyone else and be happy.