The weight loss with Top Secret Nutrition was eh, average, but again, if you have a sensitive stomach, it's a pretty decent trade off. I would say though, still, that this was probably the third most effective brand I've tried with regards to actual number of pounds lost.
The most was with a brand called LipoVida -- but I literally wanted to vomit ever day that I took them.
If happiness is love and family, then money does not buy happiness obviously because money can't buy you love. What gets love is ultimately your character, your own love for people, your idiosyncrasies, and your relationships with people.
Money is desired by everyone, but it can’t buy you everything, for example: general knowledge or a deceased loved one and the memories made with them. Happiness is not determined by what your bank account could afford, it is simply appreciating the small things life brings you.
Does Money Buy Happiness Does money buy happiness is a question that can have multiple answers. An individual’s happiness can be defined as their state of mind, level of contentment, or result of satisfied experience. I believe that money can not buy happiness, and actually I believe that in some ways money can negatively consume your life which would not make you very happy. What I mean by this is, say someone is desperate for money, and then they will do anything to get their hands on it.
They must continuously pursue happiness of making more money to buy more things. Happiness is the psychological condition that results from the achievement of one’s values. Values are ends that a person acts to gain and or keep. Money will buy you many things, but the happiness from it is only limited. Money will buy you a bed, clock, book, position, medicine, blood. What it won't buy you is sleep, time, knowledge, respect, health, or life.