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Why Happiness is Hard(-er) to Achieve in America — Part 2

Basic necessities for a happier life, as learned from the happiest people in the world

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In one of my latest pieces, I talked about why happiness was harder to achieve in a vacuum.

To sum it up, when society around you is not built with happiness in mind, you have to try that much…




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Anastasia Frugaard

Anastasia Frugaard

Writing and laughing about America and the pursuit of happiness.

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