Of course, life can’t just be rainbows and butterflies all the time, but certain places in Texas seem to deal with the bumps in the road just a little better than the rest. Creditdonkey.com did a study about the happiest cities in Texas, and compiled data from both the FBI and the U.S. Census to come up with the results. They focused on cities with a population of 50,000 or higher, and ranked each city based on the following criteria: number of restaurants, crime rate, commute, departure time, income, divorce rate, and housing costs.
With this data in mind, here are the ten happiest cities in Texas, ranked from least to most happy.
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Did you agree with this list? If not, tell us why you think your city is the happiest (or unhappiest) in the comments!
Texas staff writer for Only in Your State, blogger for Power of Positivity, and freelance health, wellness, and travel writer. I spend any chance I get traveling, enjoying nature, trying out new recipes, and meditating. I love sharing smiles, good food, and great conversation :)
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