Creative Writing – Happy Glorious Cranbrook

On Wednesday 31st May, 7pm-9pm, head to the beautiful Happy Glorious on Cranbrook High Street, 47 High St, Cranbrook TN17 3EE. £25 per person, or two for £35 – price includes a glass of wine/tea and coffee and nibbles. Get in touch with Kate to book. Join us at this creative writing workshop for adults; aContinue reading “Creative Writing – Happy Glorious Cranbrook”

Happy: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Happiness and Being Happy

Three of my short stories have been published in HAPPY – A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Happiness and Being Happy, the fifth in the Collections of Poetry and Prose book series. What makes people happy? What is happiness? Can happiness be found from people, places and things around us, or is it purelyContinue reading “Happy: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Happiness and Being Happy”

Derren Brown – Happy: Why More or Less Everything is Absolutely Fine

Derren Brown’s job is to use psychology to convince. When he’s up there on stage and entertaining audiences, he guiding those in front of him to believe things – to tell themselves stories that may not be true. So he’s pretty well versed on how the brain works. You’d think we might be by now,Continue reading “Derren Brown – Happy: Why More or Less Everything is Absolutely Fine”

The Happiness Project – it’s a process

‘I don’t mind what you do with your life as long as you are happy, because that’s all that matters.’ How many kind hearted, liberal minded and gentle thinking parent shave said this to their children, and unwittingly triggered off an overwhelming sense of pressure even as they try so hard to reduce demands. Because,Continue reading “The Happiness Project – it’s a process”

Happyologist Susanna Halonen on ‘finding’ your passion

Everyone is seeking an answer. Looking around for that clue as to what to with our lives and how this will make us happy. But ‘Happyologist’ Susanna Halonen, like many others, wants to remind us that happiness is not to be found outside but within us – it’s just a case of unlocking it. ScrewContinue reading “Happyologist Susanna Halonen on ‘finding’ your passion”