2.1.2.F1 Money in Your Life Advanced Level If you were to create a list of things that make you happy what would that list include? Examples on your list might include par cipa ng in a sport, shopping with friends, watching a movie, going on a trip, reading a book, or spending me with family members. Well-being can be categorized into fi ve domains (areas of life). The Well-Being Domains things that make us happy add to our well-being in one or more of these domains. Although the speci fi c things that make us happy differ across individuals, the way that happiness adds to well-being is similar for all. The fi ve domains are: • Physical well-being: Taking care of your body – ea ng well, exercising, ge ng an adequate amount of sleep and receiving Financial regular medical care. • Intellectual well-being: Gaining and using knowledge - learning to solve problems and challenges in school, your job/career and ac vi es in which you are involved (such as extracurricular ac vi es), and in your personal life. • Social well-being: Having a network of friends and family - having loving, suppor ve, and dependable rela onships with family, friends and membership in a community that gives you a sense of belonging. • Emo onal well-being: How you feel - feeling a sense of worth and purpose in your life. There will always be ups and downs in life. However, developing strategies for coping with nega ve life experiences to maintain a healthy outlook helps to create posi ve emo onal well-being. • Financial well-being: Your fi nancial outlook - fi nancial well-being is managing money in ways that build a sense of understanding, competence and control. © Take Charge Today – August 2013 – Money in Your Life – Page 1 Funded by a grant from Take Charge America, Inc. to the Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences Take Charge America Ins tute at The University of Arizona What are two things that make you happy?
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