More Americans hold passports than ever before, but that doesn’t mean we’re traveling more often. A confluence of issues–be it American businesses looking to foreign markets, an increasingly “globalized” world where Americans…
The Internet has wormed its way into every aspect of our lives. It influences the people we date, the jobs we apply to, and, now, we can even use Google to track the prevalence of mental illnesses like depression.
According to Google search interest compiled into an infographic titled “Misery Index,” December is the happiest (or the least miserable) month of the year. Christmas Day is the happiest day, followed by New Years Day, and then the 4th of July. March is the unhappiest month of the year, followed closely by April and then October. April 23rd is the most miserable day of the year.
A further question we would have liked to see: when returning phone calls while in the bathroom, do you try to hide the sound of a toilet flushing?