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A lot of people have tried to tell me recently that happiness is not really important, but I have to disagree. Study after study shows that happy people are mentally and physically healthier, live up to 7 years longer on average, are more emotionally resilient and better able to cope with change – all of which seems pretty important to me!

This month I’m launching the Flow Happiness Project! I’m on a mission to reclaim happiness for health; exploring this complex area in more depth to better understand what happiness is, how it makes us healthier and how we can bring more of it into our own and other people’s lives.


Making the case for Happiness

From the trend-setting actions of Bhutan which was the first country to institute a measure of National Happiness, to discussions in the UK to increase and measure General Wellbeing (GWB), the issue of happiness: what it is, why we…

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