To all you females in the Twin Cities—kudos. Your well-being is ranked higher than those of women in New York City, and fourth out of the 25 most populated, metropolitan areas in the United States, according to researchers at Measure for America. How do you measure “well-being,” you might ask? It only took three factors for this study, which included life expectancy at birth, years of schooling, and median personal income. Throw in all those lakes we have to walk around, and it’s not too surprising. Although we’re wondering if the spike in fried food intake around August might throw the numbers a bit.