Survey says you’re Happiest at 33

Hmm, that would make sense. You’re at the age where you can’t say you’re naïve and you would be having more spending money than ever before. A British website, Friends Reunited, claims that 70% of the 40 years old picked that age as their happiest. Interestingly enough, only 6% picked the college years and 16% chose their childhood years.

One in three surveyed that they found their happiness in having children while one in five related their happiness with their job.

Do you agree with this? What was your “happiest” age?

Read the original article here—courtesy of

Professional Medical


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