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If you’ve always dreamt of soaking in the Blue Lagoon and watching the Northern Lights in Iceland, then there’s no time like the present to score an ultra-cheap flight and make that dream come true.

Play Airlines, Iceland’s ultra-low-cost carrier, is offering flights starting at US $99 from the U.S. to Reykjavik right now, along with several other discounted trips to Europe.

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If you're the type of person who likes to plan their vacations way in advance, you might want to check out these cruises that are setting sail from Ontario next summer.

You can really get a feel for what life is like out at sea as you journey from Ottawa all the way to Reykjavík in Iceland. Or, you can sail through almost all of the Great Lakes on not one but two different cruises that are set to disembark in 2023.

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The next six months will look extra relaxing for thousands of workers in the U.K., where they're participating in the world's largest trial run of a four-day workweek.

Over 3,300 employees from across 70 U.K. firms will be participating in a pilot program testing out the four-day workweek strategy and honestly, we're a bit jealous. The program starts this week and runs until December of this year, reported the New York Times.

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We've all had a rough couple of years with the pandemic, but there are some countries in the world where people are still finding joy in everyday life, according to the new World Happiness Report for 2022.

The United Nations-backed report ranks the happiest countries in the world based on global survey data, and the results suggest that it's hard to get the happiest people down.

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If you want to do some travelling but don't want to actually go to another country, there are so many places in Canada that feel like Iceland that you can add to your bucket list and visit.

Whether it be mountains, waterfalls, the northern lights or colourful houses, this country has some interesting places that are like a trip across the Atlantic Ocean, including one spot that was actually settled by Icelandic people and called New Iceland!

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