A few regrets: Most of us would change our past
SIXTY per cent of us would change the way we have lived our lives, research has revealed.
Choices made in school, work and relationships are some of the many regrets people share.
Any regrets? Half of us want to change our lives…
A SURVEY has revealed the top 50 things people would change if they could live again include saving more, finding a better job and being nicer.
According to a new study, 60% of us would alter major decisions.
But most people have four things in their lives they wish they had done differently.
The biggest regret was not saving enough money (35%), while 31% said they wished they had made more of an effort to keep fit, according to the research.
We all harbour huge regrets about how our lives turned out, according to this story from dailies Express and Star, as well as in the Daily Mail, Mirror, ITV News, Blackpool Gazette and Click Liverpool.
Our biggest missed opportunities relating to such crucial things as not having saved enough money in our lives, and not having traveled enough… which is an astonishing coincidence, given that the story was commissioned by a company which looks to save you money on your travel while you’re young:
Andrew Robertson, from 16-25 Railcard which commissioned the study of 1,500 adults of all ages, said: “Many of us have things that we might do differently in our lives, whether it’s travelling and exploring more, making an effort to keep fit, or being more careful with money.”
“The findings go to show how important it is to make the most of our time and live life to the full.”
Good to see that 16-25 Railcard managed to save money on advertising by using this PR story as a glorified advert for their services. Plus, with the coverage they got in four national newspapers and a handful of other media outlets, it’s fair to say their PR is well-traveled too. I’m sure they have no regrets.