Boulderites are high on happiness.
Where you live may have a big impact on how happy you are. According to a new Gallup poll that surveyed half a million Americans about their daily life, physical health, location, finances and companionship, cities in western states house some of the happiest people.
In particular, Boulder, Colorado, which is the happiest place to live in the country, according to the survey of 15 metrics developed by National Geographic bestselling author Dan Buettner and a team of Gallup scientists. The progressive town’s “sense of community, access to nature, sustainable urban development and preservation policies” are just a few of the reasons residents of the Rocky Mountain city always seem to be slinging smiles, the research found.
October 23, 2017