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Happiness at Work Survey

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The good news: I am now available to work on new paid projects! I also have more time for those stacked-up fun free projects.
The bad news: I don’t like not having regular income, and I feel that my time would be spent more valuably working in an organisation that has positive social impact rather than spending my time filling in job applications. I know it’s a necessary penance… but it sucks.

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Adventures of a Well-Being Superhero

Last year at Goldsmiths, I did a design project on well-being. This was the result. Continue reading

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Events for February – book now

There are several events and exhibitions in London this month that are worth going to.
Please click through to the links to book places on talks. Continue reading

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Values talk with Action For Happiness

Last night I attended a talk put on by Action for Happiness. The speakers were Phil Clothier and Richard Barrett from the Barrett Values Centre, Martin Palethorpe, the founder of the UK Values Alliance, and a lady that spoke about how Sweden is doing using the assessment techniques outlined by the Barrett Values Centre. Continue reading

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Nic Marks talks about well-being

In January I went to a talk by Nic Marks of the New Economics Foundation (nef), a think tank with leading expertise on well-being. The talk was hosted by Action for Happiness. They’ve just put the talk online so you can see it for yourself. Continue reading

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