Today is the United Nation's International Day of Happiness and they have published their latest World Happiness Report.
This annual report measures "subjective well-being" - how happy the people are, and why.
As always, Nordic countries dominate the top spots.
But this year, Norway has knocked Denmark off the number one position to claim the title of happiest country in the world.
Only last week I published a new podcast episode featuring an interview with Malene Rydahl, author of the international best-seller Happy as a Dane.
During the interview we talked about the factors which result in so much happiness in Denmark and what we can learn from this way of life.
It will be interesting to learn whether Norwegian shares common attributes with Denmark which result in high happiness levels.
The report has been published for the past five years, during which the Nordic countries have consistently dominated the top spots.