TLC – The Art of Owning Your Some, Some, Some & Some This may not be the TLC you’re thinking of! Replace Tender Loving Care with Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes and it would appear that it’s what we do for ourselves that could matter just as much, if not more, than the TLC we may yearn for […]
Thanks to good new social media I noticed yesterday that Action For Happiness was having a meeting in Brighton. It turns out that this city by the sea already has its own Action For Happiness action group! Off I toddle to the Quaker Meeting House on Ship Street. I arrive early and think, ‘well if there’s […]
For some time I’ve been following Action For Happiness. A great movement focused on making society happier and more meaningful. All good stuff 🙂 Last night I attended one of their monthly talks at the Ethical Society in London (and, yes, like you, I didn’t know there was such a society either!). I’m learning before I even […]
We think of -ish as a small thing. I’m hungry-ish I’ll be there about 5-ish I’m OK-ish The -ish part making the other part less of what it is. So it got me thinking… when someone is called self-ish, is it good or bad? It could be perceived that a little ‘me time’ is seen by […]
This article on the BBC today looks at the Government’s approach to measuring the nation’s level of happiness. Do you agree or disagree?
According to Martin Seligman (the leading cheer in Positive Psychology) there is a formula to determine your happiness levels. Following a study by Diener & Seligman which reported that the happiest people are those with a rich & fulfilling social life, Seligman introduced a happiness formula which reads as follows: With a little more detail: […]