Would you like to be part of creating a happier and more caring society? If so please join our movement, add your pledge and take action - at home, at school, at work or in your community. Together we can make a difference

I will try to create more happiness and less unhappiness in the world around me



On this page you can browse our resources and see example of inspiring projects led by Action for Happiness members.


  • Happy City

    The Happy City initiative is bringing people together, strengthening connections between communities and spreading happiness across Bristol and beyond.

    Find out more
  • Morning Gloryville

    Morning Gloryville creates immersive morning (sober) dance party events which help boost happiness and social connections, while also being great for health, fun and creativity.

    Find out more
  • Mindapples

    Mindapples promotes mentally healthy living for everyone by promoting simple, daily activities and by asking people: "What's the 5-a-day for your mind?"

    Find out more
  • Wheel of Wellbeing

    Body. Mind. Spirit. People. Place. Planet. The Wheel of Well-being is a great resource if you're interested in health and happiness - from a personal or a professional perspective

    Find out more


  • Tips and ideas to help you and your family be more active and eat more healthily

  • Information and inspiration to help get you cycling

  • The impact of sleep on health and wellbeing

  • Guide to better sleep from the Mental Health Foundation

  • Pairs runners with isolated less-mobile people in their area

  • Leading charity for people with eating disorders and their families

  • Comprehensive website with lots of information to make choices about your health

  • Gretchen Rubin offers practical advice, sharp insight, charm, and humour

  • 12-step programme using research from positive psychology, neuroscience and more

  • A set of inspiring posters to accompany our Ten Keys to Happier Living.

  • Directory of registered nutritionists to help you make positive dietary changes

  • Comprehensive, evidence-based and user-friendly tool to assess your wellbeing

  • Recommends five ways to well-being based on the latest research.