We read, analyze and keep track of all the happiness studies we refer to in our articles. As a result, we've analyzed 284 happiness studies and listed them here, so you don't have to read them all!
With the new year upon us, lots of people are jumping on a new year's resolution. But what are the odds of a happy ending? We surveyed over 14 thousand people to find the most broken new year's resolution.
There's a big stigma when it comes to openly discussing issues of mental health. This prevents people from finding the support they need, which begins a vicious cycle of neglect, shame, and insufficient support. We felt it important to de-stigmatize mental health disorders with a narrative based on data.
Does the ability to work remotely increase employee happiness? And how does this impact their overall happiness? Our latest study provides the answers.
How much happier would you be if you could have kept all your new year's resolutions? We surveyed 14.458 people and analyzed over 40,000 of their new year's resolutions to find the answers.
Do you have a pet, and do you think your animal companion makes your life happier? Today, on World Animal Day, we release our findings that reveal just how much happiness pets can bring to our lives.
Can happiness be genetic, and if so, how much of it is determined by our DNA? This article aims to summarize all existing study findings to show you what part of your happiness is really determined by genetics.
All vegans are negative, pretentious, unhappy and angry protestors. Or at least, that's what the stereotypes have you believe. But is this actually true? It turns out to be the opposite: vegans are both happier than meat-eaters and more liked than what's commonly believed.
If you were asked to describe what happiness means to you without actually using the word "happiness", what would you answer? We asked over a thousand people this question and recorded the answers. As a result, we found a number of striking contrasts between different demographic groups.