I'm a writer, artist and keen photographer living in Brisbane.
In studies about where is the happiest country on Earth, the Scandinavian countries come out tops. The leader is usually Denmark, but it's Norway this year. We can't all live in Scandiland but here's the next best thing: step into the Museum of Happiness in Camden Town. This is the first Museum of Happiness in the world, but I'm sure it won't be the only one when word catches on. After all, happiness is contagious.
The Museum of Happiness Experience (image from Museum's website)
The Museum of Happiness Experience is a new, entertaining adventure exploring the science and art of happiness and well-being. Of course, you will be warmly welcomed and you can then discover the secrets of happiness from the East and West. The Museum's founders will guide you through fun and exciting interactive exhibits and activities that are sure to put a smile on your face.
The activities include meditation, laughter yoga (sounds funny doesn't it?) and a game of gratitude bingo. You can even add to the gratitude tree exhibit. The experience also includes The Museum of Happiness story. I hope you make new friends while you're there. Along the journey, there will be some extra special surprises for you to enjoy.
Logo courtesy of Museum of Happiness
The benefits of the experience include enjoying time together and meeting new (happy) friends. You will discover fun activities to instantly boost your mood. You can explore skills to manage stress, feel calmer and raise confidence long-term. Will the experience change your life forever? Probably not. But you're sure to have fun and pick up some useful new skills. That's why they offer you a 100% money back guarantee. If you attend but don't enjoy the experience, or don't feel it was great value for money, just let them know. That's right - if you're not happy, you get your money back. You can't ask for fairer than that. You don't have to risk your £10 entrance fee. And who knows, you might just be inspired to start spreading happiness too.
Shiny Happy People (from organiser's FB page)
The Museum of Happiness is a new non-profit on a mission to make the science and art of happiness fun and accessible to everyone. It's run by a small team so doesn't open around the clock. Your entrance money is ploughed back into the Museum which enables them to run even more happiness events for the community. I told you happiness was contagious. I feel happy just writing about it. You can find everything that's happening on Facebook and get booked in if you fancy paying them a visit. The preview was a sell out so what are you waiting for? Book now here and take your first step towards a happier world.
If you love the experience so much that you want to discover how to become a Certified Happiness Trainer, get in touch with the lovely people at firstname.lastname@example.org and they can tell you the next steps. SMILE!