How to set up your own happiness club
Join us in our year long experiment to create a happier life for you and your friends. We have joined forces with charity Action for Happiness and are encouraging to create a 'happiness club' once a month in your own home. Want to join us? First register here https://psychologies.co.uk/happiness-club-registration and then invite your friends, get together and get happy!
What is the Happiness Club?
12 monthly book club-style gatherings at your home where you tune in to what lights you up and discuss how you can put happiness – yours and other people’s – at the heart of your life philosophy. It’s about working together and ‘being the change we want to see in the world’.
What’s the vision?
To create more happiness in the world through the way we approach our lives. We’ll provide monthly ‘happy experiments’ for you to take part in, with inspiration and practical ideas to enable you to take action in all areas of life – at home, at work or in the community.
What’s the goal?
To help create a genuinely happier society – through positive changes in all aspects of our lives.
So, you've decided you want to spread a little happiness, found four like-minded friends and set up your very own Happiness Club. What next?
Want to get started right now?
Register your happiness club here:
- Decide who you’d like to invite your club – choose people you like or who you’d like to know better.
- Arrange a date and time suitable for all of you. The magazine comes out at the beginning of the month so perhaps meet earlier rather than later in the month so you can have time to put your ‘action for happiness’ into action!
- The idea is to meet in each other’s houses – book club-style – so don't invite too many people or you won’t be able to fit everyone in! We would suggest inviting four members as a minimum.
- Come to the Happiness Club having read the article in Psychologies. We’d like to offer you a special rate to subscribe to Psychologies for Happiness Club members. Go to: www.kelseyshop.co.uk and get a 36 per cent discount
- It should take around 90 minutes to host a happiness club but allow two hours or more if you want to sit and chat afterwards.
- The host reads out the ‘Happiness Club’ Psychologies article to the group and then you discuss the five questions set by Action for Happiness. You all commit to one ‘action for happiness’ a day/week or month.
- Arrange your next date at another person’s house so you all get a turn to host.