Turns out, if you're getting quality Zs and have a happy sex life, you're winning at life. A new study has found the top indicators of happiness and surprisingly money doesn't even hit the top five.
The study conducted by researchers from Oxford Economics and the National Centre for Social Research in Great Britain, asked 8,250 people of varying backgrounds to fill out a 60-question survey to determine what it means to "live well." The study found that income had very little impact on a person's perception of well-being. In fact, a 50 percent increase in disposable income only led to a miniscule increase in a person's "living well" score.
Instead top indicators of 'living well' includes, 1. A good night's sleep, 2. A great sex life, 3. Job stability (different than making tons of cash), 4. Healthy close relatives, 5. Friendships
Do you agree with these top five indicators of happiness?