The happiest countries in the world, revealed;
It’s rare to meet someone who doesn’t hold some form of pride or attachment to their hometown or country—especially when that person is living or traveling far from home.
Why? Because leaving your comfort zone makes you realise the importance of all the small things—your weekly meet-ups with the girls, family dinners on Sunday, or allocating time to visit a near and dear friend every so often.
But as the expression goes, the grass is always greener on the other side. And these 10 countries have just been voted as the top 10 happiest countries in the world. So, maybe it’s time to frequent these lush green pieces of paradise whilst bearing a stupid grin?
I simply cannot argue with this fact. When I visited Malmö, I was wearing a shirt with the f-word on it, and I literally felt bad. The people were so friendly, I felt like I was polluting their happiness with my profanity!
But this beautiful country sits at number 10, and surely it’ll continue to make this list for years to come. It has a strong government, a high quality of life, and a strong sense of community. The latter is only enhanced by their notion of “fika“, which translates to, “break time,” and it basically means that friends meet for coffee and chat about their daily lives, the news, and everything else. There are no crazy economic divides, and the majority of the inhabitants are considered middle class.
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