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Gus Hagelberg - Novel, Blog, Activism

Usually I am slower and less spontaneous with my posts, but I just felt like I had to get this out there.

Together with Gallup, National Geographic rated San Luis Obispo the 5th happiest city in the United States. Last year it actually had first place. Now I know why I like it here so much.

Find out more:

SanLuisObispoCalifCityView600 By Ken Broomfield [GFDL ( or CC-BY-SA-3.0 (, via Wikimedia Commons Speaking of the happiest place, I just had a great talk with Paula Francis who is walking from Big Sur to Los Angeles as part of the She has walked over 4,400 miles. From their website:

“Crossing a big country with walking shoes and a recorder, Paula Francis is researching and reporting on happiness by interviewing thousands of people during the 8,000 mile Happiness Walk.”

She interviewed me about my work with the Economy for the Common Good

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Comments on: "Happy in the 5th Happiest City" (2)

  1. It's me! Jan said:

    Santa Cruz is number 1!!!!!!!!

  2. Gus and I met in 1986 as we were walking from Los Angeles to Washington DC on the Great Peace March. He was 19, I was 59. He has continued his commitment to bettering the world and when I read this blog, I clicked on share, and am happy to hear that readers are enjoying what he has to say. We need more people like Gus Hagelberg. Donna Love

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