Posts Tagged ‘ happiness ’

Find Your State of Happiness Regardless of Where You Live

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October 8, 2018
Find Your State of Happiness Regardless of Where You Live

Tweet Last month WalletHub revealed its 2018  list of the Happiest States in America.  The researchers examined all 50 states across 28 key metrics including, but not limited to, depression rate, sports participation rate and income growth.  If you reside in Hawaii, Utah, Minnesota, North Dakota, or California, congratulations—you in live in one of the nation’s...
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Experts Agree You Can’t Buy Happiness—but It’s Attainable

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July 9, 2018
Experts Agree You Can’t Buy Happiness—but It’s Attainable

Tweet Many Americans believe they’ll be happy once they…earn that promotion; buy a new house; finally finish their graduate degree, etc. The truth is, money cannot buy happiness, however it can be attained with goal-setting and an attitude adjustment. Here are four reasons why. 1. Social comparisons skew happiness levels. Experts concur that it’s challenging to...
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Five Ways to Hone Happiness

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January 30, 2018
Five Ways to Hone Happiness

Tweet It’s perplexing that the U.S. has never ranked in the top ten on the World Happiness Report given that it is one of the richest countries in the world.  The rankings are based on data from the Gallup World Poll which uses the “Cantril ladder” metric. Citizens are asked to envision a ladder with their “best...
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Four Ways Strong Friendships Benefit Your Health

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December 18, 2017
Four Ways Strong Friendships Benefit Your Health

Tweet We do much more than, ‘Get by with a little help from our friends,’ as sung by the world-famous Beatles and Joe Cocker. In the spirit of gratitude for friendship, here are four scientifically proven ways these social bonds positively impact our health and happiness. 1. Squash stress levels. Spending time with friends can help...
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