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Does where you live impact your happiness? Of course it does. So a new study ranked the happiest and least happy states in America by looking at three categories:

“Health” . . . including things like depression rates and how much sleep people get.

“Lifestyle” choices . . . so, things like work-life balance and how many vacation days people take.

And “prosperity” . . . things like household income and unemployment.

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The happiest states are Minnesota . . . South Dakota . . . Colorado . . . Utah . . . North Dakota . . . Wisconsin . . . Nebraska . . .Iowa . . . New Hampshire . . . and Montana.

The ten UNHAPPIEST states, according to the study, are Louisiana . . . Rhode Island . . . West Virginia . . . Alabama . . . Mississippi . . . Kentucky . . . Arkansas . . . Tennessee . . . Nevada . . . and Georgia.

Texas came in at #20.

Looks like i’ll be retiring in the Midwest:)

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