How Being Indoors All the Time is Killing Our Health and Spirit.

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A study done by the app Mappiness in 2010 found, via 20,000 participants, that people are least happy either at work or while sick in bed. They are most happy when they’re with friends or lovers. Their moods tend to reflect the weather at hand. But, one of the biggest variables is not who you’re with or what you’re doing. It’s where you are.

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Ravenous reader. Impassioned with words. Social Scientist. Foodie. Novelist. Author of The Climate and Critter Column: https://brookeenglish.substack.com/

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