The six factors for a happy nation split evenly between concerns on a government- and on a human-scale. The happiest countries have in common a large GDP per capita, healthy life expectancy at birth and a lack of corruption in leadership. But also essential were three things over which individual citizens have a bit more control over: A sense of social support, freedom to make life choices and a culture of generosity.The article didn't say as much, but I wonder whether a shortage of Whackadoodles might also contribute to national felicity.
MR. MOJO NOT RISIN'. West Virginia's junior senator has good days and bad days. Lately, it's more of the latter.
MORE REASONS WHY WE NEED A FUTURE FUND here.
DOG BREEDS YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF discussed here.
SOS! Speaking of canines, the Spousal Unit has been perusing dog rescue sites again. Help!
GOAT ROPE ADVISORY LEVEL: ELEVATED