A think-tank has today revealed that wellbeing amongst British mothers is highest if you live in the northern reaches of Scotland.
But you don’t have to travel that far to find out how to put wellbeing in place, maintain it and let it improve your life.
The Wellbeing Symposium will take place for the second time, on 13 November 2013 and it’s only in Maidstone, Kent.
Book your ticket nice and early to take advantage of our earlybird discount of £99 per ticket, using the code EB99.
You can look forward to more great speakers, workshops and a huge amount of information on how to improve your wellbeing in every aspect of your life – work and home.
This year, people found out about products and services available to improve working environments and what bosses can do to prevent health problems, both physical and mental, from arising.
The research from the new economics foundation (nef) revealed that women are generally more content than men and those based in London, Luton and Reading were deemed to have the lowest wellbeing in the UK.
The Wellbeing Symposium is less than two hours’ drive from each of these places and could be time well spent, taking back ideas to implement in your workplace. It’s being put on by Kent companies, Pillory Barn Creative Agency and Water Wellbeing.
The think-tank released its findings as the Government prepared to publish the first set of figures designed to offer an insight into quality of life in Britain.
It also identified greater contentment among older and retired people but revealed that people 40-59 experience the lowest quality of living, whilst parents tended to be happier than those without children, as were married people and those who live with a partner.
Low levels of wellbeing amongst disabled people were reported in the analysis, which took responses from 160,000 people.
Find out more about The Wellbeing Symposium by logging onto www.thewellbeingsymposium2013.co.uk or calling 01622 684407. Use booking code EB99 to buy your earlybird £99 ticket.← Back to News Releases