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Museum of Happiness: A Happier, Kinder and More Playful World

Our friends at the Museum of Happiness have launched a crowdfunding campaign to help them to create a happier, kinder and more playful world.

They aim to raise £25,000 in order to open the world’s first dedicated Museum of Happiness in Camden, London. They’re offering amazing rewards for supporters – so through supporting them you will help a fantastic project and you’ll receive a brilliant new gift or experience too!

They have already passed the £15,000 mark, but they need your help to reach their goal!

Can You Be Well When Others Aren’t?

Guest post by Duncan Fraser, Project Director of Useful and Kind Unlimited

I believe that I can only be truly well when my brothers and sisters, be they neighbours or on the other side of the world, are well too. It is about celebrating diversity and difference. Giving and not counting the cost. Not fighting for what we believe is right, but loving and willing it into being.

Grow. Cook. Make. Mend: Changing Lives at Trill Farm

This guest post by Kevin Marshall explores how an inspiring project in Axminster, Devon is developing self-belief, practical skills and wellbeing amongst a cohort of volunteers in recovery from substance misuse. Alongside volunteering for the Network of Wellbeing, Kevin works as a coordinator in Drug and Alcohol Services.

Exploring the Good Life: Germany’s Ministry of Happiness and Well-being

My name is Gina and I am the German Minister of happiness and well-being. You may now be asking yourself: Seriously, is there a Ministry of happiness and well-being in Germany?! Well, yes, there is! I helped to establish this interactive project in 2013, to raise awareness and run creative actions highlighting the important role of happiness and wellbeing in our lives and in wider society...

Let Nature do the Healing: Wellbeing and Wildness Event

Recently the Network of Wellbeing's Kate Reed attended an inspiring Wildness and Wellbeing summer seminar at Young Wood near Taunton. It turned out to be a great opportunity to share experience, explore good practice and find new ways of connecting with nature to enhance wellbeing. Kate reflects on her experiences at the event in this post.