Top 10 Happiest Countries in the World: What Is Their Secret?

By |2019-06-26T23:20:15+03:00February 9th, 2017|Categories: Environment & Planet, Travel|Tags: , , , , , , |

Which are the happiest countries on Earth? You may be surprised by what really makes people who live in these countries feel happy. You might have read many theories about happiness and its definition. But basically, it can be broken down into two theories; Happy people accept the bad things that happen to them and believe that they will survive no matter what. This behavior could explain why the island countries such as Vanuatu stay profoundly happy places even after great natural disasters. This country

What We Can Learn from Stone-Age Native People of Papua New Guinea

By |2019-06-26T22:51:18+03:00December 29th, 2016|Categories: Lifestyle, Travel|Tags: , , , |

The native people of Papua New Guinea have a lot of things to teach the Western world. Papua New Guinea is probably the most undeveloped and most traditional country in the world. Just seventy years ago, a gold digger who was exploring new opportunities discovered more than a million people who are living in the Stone Age. They did not have any alphabet, wheel, metal, even had no idea that outside their mountain there is an advanced developed world. These native people, forty years later, gained

These Are the Top 10 Best Countries to Live in, According to Gallup Survey

By |2019-08-11T23:28:44+03:00July 12th, 2015|Categories: Lifestyle, Travel|Tags: , , |

Gallup and Healthways recently released an annual survey that looked into well-being around the globe and there are some interesting things to draw from the survey. The research inaugurated last year and aimed at ranking countries in the realm of five categories did over 146,000 surveys in 145 countries. So in which countries do the happiest people live, according to the results of the survey? For the second year in a row, Panama seems to be thriving in the five categories of the best countries

He Visited All 201 Countries In The World WITHOUT Using A Plane

By |2020-03-12T23:39:57+03:00December 26th, 2014|Categories: Environment & Planet, Inspirational, Self-Improvement, Travel|Tags: , , |

Graham Hughes, a 33-year-old adventurer from Liverpool, England, has become the first person to visit all 201 countries in the world – WITHOUT using a plane. Hughes used buses, taxis, trains and his own two feet to travel 160,000 miles in exactly 1,426 days – all on a shoestring of just $100 a week. And it was no easy task. He spent four days “crossing the open ocean in a leaky boat” to reach Cape Verde. He was jailed for a week in the Congo for being a

These 30 Countries Contribute The Most Good To The World

By |2019-04-05T21:18:18+03:00July 2nd, 2014|Categories: Environment & Planet, Science & Technology|Tags: , , |

The Good Country Index ranks 125 nations based on how much they do for others globally in seven areas: science and technology, culture, international peace and security, world order, planet and climate, prosperity and equality, and health and well being. The ranking was created by merging of 35 data sets produced by organizations like the UN, WHO, and UNESCO over a period of nearly 3-years, according to The Economist. "What I mean by a 'good country' is a country that contributes to the greater good," Simon Anholt,