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Why having too much free time can be as bad for you as having too little


Choose your optional activities wisely. According to the new study, people who spent their free time in “productive” ways, such as developing new hobbies, lifting weights, bowling or cycling, experienced optimal well-being. So, if you’ve just retired or are unemployed, and not sure what to do with your suddenly empty days, consider hitting the trails or, say, mastering a new language.

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