Wellbeing Wizard

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Wellbeing Wizard: A Guide
Written by Mark Millard   

Wellbeing: a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous. Dictionary.com

Our site provides a unique range of tools and resources to help individuals and organisations maintain and enhance their wellbeing:

Questionnaires - help you explore different aspects of your wellbeing
Results - reveal how your scores compare
Suggestions - give you ideas for things you can do that have worked well for others
Ratings - so you can let us know which ones work best for you
Engines - which learn from your feedback and improve the suggestions you get

Our methods and approach draw on some of the latest research from the field of positive psychology:

Questionnaires (free for personal use).
The Activity Questionnaire is quick and easy and finds leisure activities to match your aims and interests:activity questionnaire screen print 480wide.jpg

 

The Wellbeing Questionnaire explores your wellbeing in 7 major Life Domains and provides a wider range of suggestions.
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Results
The results reveal how your wellbeing levels compare, one area of your life with another and to other people's.

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Suggestions
Personalised suggestions give you ideas for activities of all sorts that have had positive effects on the wellbeing of people with scores like yours, ranging from aromatherapy and abseiling to voice coaching and volunteering.

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Ratings
By clicking on the links to the suggested activities you can find out more about them and rate them yourself, which helps improve the quality of the suggestions you get:

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Engines 
Our engines automatically refresh your results and suggestions as more activities and ratings are added, so you don't have to do the questionnaires again to get the latest information.

Free Login
You can access the questionnaires and suggestions via the Free Login 

 

We hope you enjoyed this introduction and the rest of the site

Best Wishes
Mark

 

References
PsyBlog: Sustainable Happiness: Why it's all about the day to day.
This article describes some of the research into the relationship between activities and wellbeing, including why the activities we choose have around four times more effect on our wellbeing than the situations we're in.

Daniel Gilbert: Stumbling On Happiness
Gilbert's book explores why we sometimes make rather poor decisions about our own wellbeing, including our tendency to 'miswant' and make inaccurate predictions about what will and won't make us happy.

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