A study from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences has concluded that people are the happiest at two different ages in their lives — and it might surprise you to learn what they are.
According to the data pull from the study, our levels of happiness in life seem to follow a U-shaped curve between the ages of 20 to 70, with our joy peaking at the ages of 23 and 69.
Researchers concluded that younger people tend to their overestimate their future life satisfaction while older people tend to underestimate it, leading to that U-shaped curve of happiness.
That being said, that doesn’t mean you have to wait to turn either 23 or 69 to be happy. It’s up to you to figure out what makes you feel most satisfied in life.
Source: Murphy Sam and Jodi