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The scientifically proven reason you should stop feeling guilty about ordering takeout

The more money you have, the more you feel pressed for time.

How services that buy you time can boost your happiness

Tiandra Cox uses the grocery-delivery service Instacart several times a week and routinely orders from Amazon.com’s Prime service. It’s a luxury, she said, but it has helped her in ways she never expected. Cox, 30, a mother of two who works full-time while pursuing a bachelor’s degree, used to suffer from panic attacks, especially in her local grocery stores around Indianapolis. But she hasn’t had one

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