The happiest people in the world live here: Here is their secret
This is not a fairy tale, this is real life and it happens in these countries.
National Geography has published a list of the countries where the happiest people on the planet live. In these countries, nature is beautiful, cities are clean and education is free.
This is not a fairy tale, this is real life and it happens here:
Research has shown that Swedes are an extremely happy people. Their secret is in a costume called Fika with them, which includes afternoon breaks from work. Each person takes a few minutes a day to “get off” from work and go for a coffee or lunch with friends. These short breaks last only 15 minutes, but are used every two hours. Thanks to this habit, the Swedes are the largest consumers of coffee in the world.
Australia is one of the cleanest countries in the world, and is based more on the community. The reason for this, say Australians, is their love for barbecue and socializing. People living in this country have a habit of meeting regularly in parks and spending time with their friends.
How can you not be happy when you are surrounded by blue mountains, wonderful nature and different kinds of breathtaking landscapes? The clean air and the most diverse flora and fauna that surrounds them make the people of New Zealand the happiest people on the planet.
The secret of the happiness of the inhabitants of the Netherlands lies in their physical activity and love for the cyclist. Every Dutchman will boast of safe cycling routes that stretch for about 30,000 kilometers in their country. If you are lucky and visit Amsterdam, don’t forget to ride this bike around this city.
The moment you enter the Finnish sauna, all your problems and worries evaporate. Despite its small population (5.2 million people), Finland has about 3.3 million saunas. They are found everywhere, from coasts and lakes to homes.
A country that is a chocolate producer cannot have an unhappy population. Joke aside, the inhabitants of this country are advocates of a healthy lifestyle – many like skiing, kayaking and paragliding. Switzerland is also known as the country with the lowest obesity rate in the world.