Finland is a small country with long, harsh winters, but that doesn’t stop it from being the most consistently happy country in the world. For four years in a row, Finland has topped the United Nations’ World Happiness Report. The secret to their success lies in the Finnish way of life: a deep sense of confidence in the future and plenty of wild nature, with forests covering much of the landscape.
But that’s only part of what makes Finland so special – or so happy. Its education system is among the best in the world and its social security is ironclad, while there’s little corruption or crime to worry about. Plus, Finland leads other countries when it comes to gender equality. It all adds up to an enviable quality of life – enough for even outsiders to want to learn more about this Nordic nation’s secrets.
If you’re curious about what truly makes Finland one of the world’s happiest countries, then consider watching “Happy Land – A Scandinavian Story” – an inspiring documentary that examines life in Finland and Sweden through interviews with people from different walks of life. From entrepreneurs to politicians and every day citizens, “Happy Land – A Scandinavian Story” provides an intimate look at how embracing equality can lead towards true contentment and peace. Learn about why Finns feel safe walking alone down dark streets; why they never worry about becoming homeless; why everyone has access to high-quality healthcare; and many other reasons behind their unwavering happiness.
Watching “Happy Land – A Scandinavian Story” will give you insight into why Finns are some of the happiest people on Earth so don’t miss your chance to uncover one of Scandanavia’s best kept secrets!