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His secret to happiness is about something he does every day.
Throughout the process of making our September issue, starring national treasure Woody Harrelson, we learned an awful lot about our cover man. You can read all about that here, but outside of what you'll read in the pages of the issue, there was ...
 
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We're slightly happier compared to last year, according to the World Happiness Report.
The Philippines slightly improved its ranking in this year’s World Happiness Report, a global survey that measures the happiness of individuals from 156 countries.For the 2019 survey, the Philippines ranked 69th with an average score of 5.631, representing the levels of happiness perceived ...
 
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We're the most unhappy and dissatisfied we've been in four years, said SWS.
It seems that 2018 was a particularly rough year for Filipinos, as the latest survey from market analyst Social Weather Stations (SWS) revealed that happiness and satisfaction with life among Filipino adults hit their lowest levels in four years.In the survey, which was ...
 
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That Metro Manila smog might be affecting us more than we think.
Air pollution in the Philippines is among the worst in the world. A May 2018 study from the World Health Organization showed that 45.3 out of 100,000 individuals in the Philippines die because of the country’s poor air quality. That’s the third highest ...
 
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We shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, we tell ourselves, but apparently, the world can’t help it.
Did you know that it takes an average tenth of a second for human beings to form an impression about someone else’s character? With the knowledge of just how important first impressions are, researchers from the University of Toronto conducted a study ...
 
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Not that we ever believed it couldn't.
In what has to be the most unsurprising news of the week it has been revealed that—yes—money can actually buy you happiness.But there's a catch. According to researchers at Cambridge University who studied 77,000 bank transactions by 625 people over 6 months—spending only ...
 
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Fact is, you’re as happy as the country you live in.
The United Nations recently published the 2018 edition of its annual World Happiness Report, which aims to gauge a country’s happiness based on several factors, with the intention of using it as a guide for social development. It’s a lofty ambition, seeking ...
 
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Instead of fleeting happiness, true enrichment stems from living a meaningful life.
Happiness, more often than not, is often tied to material wealth. The elements of many definitions of success also center around the same thing. However, several studies say otherwise, pointing instead to other factors. One such study suggests that the purpose of ...
 
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Those who hire others to do the small stuff have a reportedly greater life satisfaction.
Many people look at money and material objects as milestones in life in the pursuit of happiness.But those who have successfully found happiness in their lives have unlocked a secret to using their money wisely, and it’s not what you’d expect. In ...
 
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Good news if you're still waiting on that pay raise.
Whoever said money can buy happiness has just been proved wrong. Finding love has a greater impact on contentment than getting a pay raise, according to a new study.Major research by the London School of Economics examined a number of factors that ...
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