Aside from basking in their Eurovision success, the people of Denmark have something else to celebrate: they are the world's happiest people.
Is the term disposable income not a misnomer? This isn't money you throw away. It's money that makes your life better.
A new survey from Spectrem Group finds that only 20 percent of affluent and wealthy investors agree that "money can buy happiness."
Skandia International's Wealth Sentiment Monitor found that the global average "happiness income" is around $161,000 for the 13 countries it surveyed.
That's right. Apparently looking at cute pictures of baby animals (on the Internet while at work) makes you more productive.
Since 2008, many of us have had to change our attitudes towards work. In some cases, are now working solely as a means to paying the bills, as opposed to also finding fulfillment. This makes finding inspiration outside of work even more important.
You’ve been in back-to-back meetings for what seems like two weeks. You can scroll through your unread messages on your BB for a full five minutes. And by the way, when was the last time you got your full eight hours a night?
We don't know Marc or Angel, but we like their site, Marc and Angel Hack Life (Practical Tips for Productive Living). And we especially like the list of 12 Things Happy People Do Differently. As our mother always said, "Just put a smile on your face and see what happens" (also known as: fake it 'till you make it).
Jeffrey Waldman brings joy to the streets of Los Angeles, with wooden swing installations.
Ever tried Internet dating? I haven't, but I got a flyer the other day for one of the numerous sites all designed to help us find the ultimate happiness (at a fee I hasten to add). Curious as I am, I of course had to have a look.