If you need a change of pace, it might be time to move to one of these cities.
The latest Well-Being Index from Gallup and Healthways found that Naples, Florida, is once again the U.S. city with the highest well-being.
The rankings included five categories: sense of purpose, social well-being, financial well-being, sense of community and physical activity. Naples earned the top spot in the community rankings and third in three other categories.
Here's the top 10. You might notice a theme here, as most of these are on or near a coast.
- Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Florida
- Barnstable Town, Massachusetts
- Santa Cruz-Watsonville, California
- Honolulu, Hawaii
- Charlottesville, Virginia
- North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida
- San Luis Obispo - Paso Robles - Arroyo Grande, California
- Lynchburg, Virginia
- Hilton Head Island-Bluffton-Beaufort, South Carolina
- Boulder, Colorado
In the subcategories, El Paso, Texas (pictured) took top marks for purpose. Barnstable Town won for physical well-being. Hilton Head won the social well-being ranks, and the Sarasota area took top marks for financial well-being.
It isn't just about physical health or income. There is a larger need to feel connected.
Just because coastal cities dominated the top 10 didn't mean landlocked residents couldn't experience well-being, Healthways president Karissa Price said. El Paso isn't exactly near a beach, but it earned top marks for its residents having a sense of purpose.
Here's the bottom 10 of 189 cities and metro areas.
180. Montgomery, Alabama
181. Erie, Pennsylvania
182. Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas
183. Chico, California
184. Flint, Michigan
185. Canton-Massillon, Ohio
186. Topeka, Kansas
187. Huntington-Ashland, West Virginia
188. Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton, North Carolina
189. Fort Smith, Arkansas/Oklahoma
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