Well--IF you're not happy here in Bismarck-Mandan or North Dakota for that matter, maybe a change of scenery would do you good. 

For the third year running, Australia has been named the happiest developed nation in the world.  The annual list by examining factors like the economy, income levels, health, safety, housing, and life expectancy.  But the U.S. DID finish 6th on the list, not too shabby, eh?  I must say Australia IS on my "bucket list" of places I definitely want to visit in my lifetime!

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The economy is so good in Australia that no one under the age of 40 has ever experienced a recession as a member of the workforce. It must be all that financial stability that has the average life expectancy at 82. Time to move down under!

Here are the Top 10 Happiest Countries on the list: (Newser)

      Australia

      Sweden

      Canada

      Norway

      Switzerland

      United States

      Denmark

      The Netherlands

      Iceland

     United Kingdom