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If you had a choice of more time or more money what would you choose?

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Lack of time can mean you always feel rushed, you never acomplish what you mean to do, and that you don't always get to do the things you want to do. Lack of money can lead to stress, can cause arguments at home and can mean that you can't always afford to do the things you'd like to be doing.

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They say the best things in life are free, so do you choose more time to do these things? Or in fact, does money make the world go round, and thus could more money in fact lead to greater happiness?

What would you choose?

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I'm always saying I wish I had more time. But I think with both things we'd end up being just as stressed. Obviously there are some situations where a bit of extra money can really help some families. But when you've got enough to support yourself then more money often doesn't make a huge difference to stress levels because you end up spending more and having the same amount for other things.

I think if I had more time I'd just add more things to do, and I'd still be just as stressed. :)
Time is definitely more precious than money, but I suppose it depends on how much spare time you already have. It also depends on what your financial situation is. Some people have enough money, but are working all the time and have no time for recreation. Others are on the poverty line, and more money would be their saving grace.
I seem to always spend what I have insofar as when I was on a measly salary I made that work and didn't spend more than what I had. When I earnt more, I certainly had no problem spending it. I think I'd choose more time. Ideally I'd love to suspend time for a bit so I could cherish some of the really special moments in life a bit longer. I look at my sons and they're growing up too fast; I'd love to have them young for just a little bit longer. I guess as with anything it's learning to appreciate what you have and the fact time is so precious certainly makes you do just that.
Time. Easy. There is so much to see and do in the world. I'm now at the age where everything comes at the cost of missing out on something else...There's still so much to discover.
More time indeed
Thyme is pretty expensive, so I would chose more money to buy more thyme. Sorry, I couldn't help myself. Time. Definitely more time. Money can always be made, but time cannot. Besides, I think that with some creativity more can be done with time than with money.
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