Well Being

To break this paradox, economists say we must measure and manage happiness and well-being.
“Costa Rica tells us that there is something beyond money that is important.”
Despite rising income levels, the U.S. ranking continues to fall on the UN’s World Happiness list. The happiest country on the list? Finland.
WalletHub’s annual report is out, ranking each state from most to least happy.
Some of life's biggest peaks come in later years.
So what do you need to make a successful transition? After 15 years of living abroad, we have some pointers... Moving abroad
I'm 12 years old, my passion is making art. I have a super privileged life and my parents are the perfect role models. But
We're settling in. And so are plenty of other foreign retirees. It's a trend we expect will continue. For so many worthy
9. Portugal Porto, Portugal Portugal's low cost of living and real estate is just some of the reasons for its growing popularity
The years pursuing my architecture degree were the hardest in my life, but also prepared me for life's hard knocks. Perhaps
"If you are depressed you are living in the past. If you are anxious you are living in the future. If you are at peace you
2. Live authentically We have to remember that our mistakes do not define us. They do not make us good people or bad people
There is nothing in the world that is more important to me other than being here for others, and for them to know it! By
All can be calm and bright as we gawk at tall trees ablaze with colored lights and savor our adult kids, who for one beautiful, fleeting stretch of time are back in their childhood beds, under one roof.
"Though we see about us the darkness of unrest, of family discord, of class struggle, of competitive jealousy and of national
A friend recently shared an article with us about a fully renovated 15th-century chateau that sits on 180 acres in the French countryside. You can rent it for $2,800 a month.
"The endless, useless urge to look on life comprehensively, to take a bird's-eye view of ourselves and judge the dimensions