The Mindapples campaign

On happiness

We’ve had a bit of a break during August while the Mindapples team did other things like write dissertations, go on holiday and launch shiny new websites. It’s been a pretty intense year so far and it’s been good to take a bit of a rest and recouperate. But now, we’re back, and I rejoined […]

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Acting sane

I’m currently reading Keith Johnstone’s book on Impro (more about this on my other blog) and one of his observations about spontaneity and creativity particularly caught my eye. He believes that people are all innately creative and spontaneous, but self-censor in order to appear sane and safe. He has a very elegant theory that “sanity […]

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The initial Mindapples research survey aims to get an idea from the public what are the 5 most important things they do regularly to help them maintain their mental wellbeing. This is very exciting indeed! We hear a lot from experts about mental health but rarely ask regular people what they personally have come to […]

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