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Ideas for a Happier World: Nic Marks’ Public Talk in Exeter on 9th May

Nic Marks is one of the world’s leading thinkers, writers and doers on happiness and wellbeing, having co-created the Happy Planet Index, Five Ways to Wellbeing and Happiness Works. He’s also an inspiring speaker and has given a series of popular TED talks. In this blog post, NOW’s Dr. Larch Maxey introduces an exciting talk by Nic Marks, which NOW will be co-hosting with Exeter University, at 6-8pm on Tuesday 9th May, 2017.

Building Wellbeing Together Weekend – Early Bird Tickets Now Available!

How can we build wellbeing together; in our own lives and in wider society? We invite you to explore this and other related questions with us at a ‘Building Wellbeing Together Weekend‘ from 22nd - 24th September 2017, together with the beautiful Hawkwood College, in Stroud, UK. The Weekend will offer many high profile speakers, interactive sessions and activities, opportunities to connect with others as well as time for deeper reflection.

Wellbeing and the New Economy: NOW at NESI

Here at the Network of Wellbeing (NOW) we are very excited that some of our team will be joining the New Economy and Social Innovation Forum (NESI) in Malaga from 19th-22nd April. There is a clear link between the economy and wellbeing, and this is our motivation for supporting NESI.

Building Wellbeing Together: A Weekend to (Re-)Think Wellbeing

The Network of Wellbeing (NOW) is proud to partner the beautiful Hawkwood College in hosting a ‘Building Wellbeing Together Weekend‘ from 22nd - 24th September 2017, in Stroud, UK. We’re delighted to announce that the world-renowned wellbeing and happiness researcher Nic Marks and positive psychology expert Chris Johnstone will be keynote speakers! And we’re keen to hear your views on who and what else you’d love to have at this event. This post shares all the latest details!

Creating New ‘Library of Things’: Share Shed Takes Shape

Last year the Totnes Share Shed, a new 'library of things' was just a seed of an idea. Now twelve months on, the idea has sprouted into reality with plans to open the Share Shed doors this Spring! This post provides an update on the latest news from the project and some ideas on how you can get involved.