If you're happy and you know it, write a tweet

Feb 10, 2015
The "hedonometer" is a data-based meter that measures happiness in real time.
Posted In: happiness, Vermont, Twitter
A slew of $100 bills.

Money can buy you less unhappiness

Jan 23, 2015
Hidden among psychological mumbo-jumbo is a truth: Negative memories stick with us.
Posted In: Money, happiness, psychologists, negativity bias

What exists between desire and fulfillment?

Jan 16, 2015
How the gap between wanting something and getting it affects our finances
Posted In: happiness, Travel

What brings people to cities with unhappy residents?

Jul 14, 2014
A study suggests residents of Rust Belt cities tend to say they aren't happy.
Posted In: happiness, economics of happiness

U.S. is 17th in happiness

Sep 9, 2013
Denmark tops the United Nation's World Happiness Report list. America drops to 17th.
Posted In: happiness

The new measure of America

Jun 19, 2013
'Measure of America' is an index that wraps GDP, general well-being and access to opportunity into one number.
Posted In: GDP, happiness

United Nations looks at world happiness levels

Apr 3, 2012
A new report of the world's happiest countries helps point to factors besides GDP that help contribute to a happy population.
Posted In: happiness, economics of happiness, United Nations

The price of happiness in the workplace

Mar 9, 2012
Commentator Teresa Amabile on the misconceived correlation between paychecks and joy.
Posted In: paycheck, happiness, raise, amabile, bonuses

The Saddest and Happiest Cities in the U.S.

Dec 2, 2011
A recent study ranked the 100 saddest cities in America.
Posted In: cities, happiness

The truth about why we buy

Nov 25, 2011
Author James Roberts discusses the motivations behind our shopping habits, and the relationship between money and happiness.
Posted In: holiday shopping, Retail, happiness