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Finland, voted the happiest country in the world for six consecutive years, is hosting a four-day happiness masterclass in June.
'Newsweek' reports that scientists and researchers agree that there are clear steps people can take to improve their happiness.
A Virginia man is hoping to spread some joy and light in a time of darkness -- encouraging people to put their holiday lights back up while people deal with the spread of coronavirus. (Video from WCYB)
Children from MC's Kids Learning Center in South Hill, Virginia, walked over to spread some sunshine and happiness with their adopted grandparents at Pine View Assisted Living Facility.
One woman's act of kindness had a delivery driver dancing with delight.
I love a wedding between young, first-time initiates. (I do.) But I have to say, I've come to especially appreciate the love stories that bloom in spite of the more challenging and complicated soil they are rooted in. Or maybe they bloom because through hardship, they have come to understand that there is nothing more important than this.
In a study, people who read newspapers and magazines had a better survival rate, but it wasn't as good as the book readers, leading the researchers to conclude that it was partially the immersive nature of books that provided the additional advantage.
You may have heard about "hygge," which has been the subject of countless books, articles and commercials. But another word, "pyt," was recently voted the most popular word by Danes
Danes are some of the happiest people in the world, and they also happen to have a lot of cool words for ways to be happy.
By Marie Helweg-Larsen, The Conversation
As March 20, International Day of Happiness, approaches, WalletHub, the personal-finance website, released its report on 2019's Happiest Cities in America with the aim to explore whether money really does buy happiness.
This is more of a pep talk to myself but you may gain something from it as well.
Happiness is easier to attain than most people think and there are several science-tested happiness hacks for a better life.
The Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index collected data on 186 U.S. communities attempting to find the happiest one.