3 Happiness Tips From This Year’s World Happiness Report

Drought in Mexico reaches critical levels as lakes dry up

Drought conditions now cover 85 percent of Mexico, and residents of the nation’s central region said Thursday that lakes and reservoirs are simply drying up, including the country’s second-largest body of freshwater.

The capital’s nine million inhabitants rely on reservoirs like Villa Victoria and two others – which together are at about 44 percent capacity – for a quarter of their water. 

The mayor of Mexico City said the drought was the worst in 30 years, and the problem can be seen at the reservoirs that store water from other states to supply the capital…

3 Happiness Tips From This Year’s World Happiness Report

Each year, the World Happiness Report provides a comprehensive ranking of the happiest countries in the world. For the fourth year in a row, Finland earned the ranking as the world’s happiest country, with Iceland, Denmark, Switzerland, and the Netherlands not far behind.

Insight #1: Benevolence matters more to happiness than salary

While there is much to be gained from the country-by-country comparisons, another way to read the report is to look for the hidden nuggets of insight that we can use to become happier in our own lives. Here are three insights from this year’s report that should not be overlooked…

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