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Map out your happy places

Map out your happy places

There are very few tools that can help us research, track and plan our own happiness. Online services now let users map out their happy places and discover where others have felt happy.

In theory, you can find the happiest spots in any part of the world where you could feed off the good vibes.

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Happiness isn't just a feeling that should be left entirely to chance. There are specific factors that influence your happiness, which can be easily tracked with the right tools.

People should be able to track their happiness in a similar way they track their fitness goals. 

Apps tracking happiness effectively served as a glorified research project. The conclusion: people are happiest when they stop their minds from wandering.

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