Inverness, Highlands (PRWEB UK) 9 January 2016
New UK digital start-up Feedmyhappy (http://www.feedmyhappy.com) surveyed the nation to find out which song made us happiest. Out of the 30 originally compiled ABBA’s Dancing Queen came out as overall winner and was especially popular with women. FeedMyHappy undertook the survey as they wanted to discover what music gets us in a good mood particularly at this grey time of the year. That it’s ABBA’s disco classic probably comes as no surprise.
FeedMyHappy is an exciting new digital start-up from Joe and Jennifer Hallwood, the couple behind the award-winning online training company TEFL Org UK (http://www.tefl.org.uk), the leading, intensive, teaching English as a Foreign Language course trainer in the UK. Taking their skill and experience of building, growing and marketing an online course business their aim is to turn the online learning industry on its head by offering self-development and well-being courses provided by a wide range of skilled tutors on a plethora of subjects and all of them available for a fixed monthly subscription fee. Joe Hallwood, director of the newly launched business stated ‘With our digital marketing experience and success in ecommerce and online course delivery we are sure that we can bring our expertise to this exciting new market both her in the UK and abroad’.
FeedMyHappy is an online platform and community for health and well-being online courses, aiming to make a wide variety of courses affordable and accessible to all. FeedMyHappy offers courses from building successful habits, to public speaking, to fitness pursuits, allowing everyone the chance to pick up a new skill, with its flexibility making it possible for even for those with busy and hectic life styles to improve their life. Our site is newly launched, so users and company are developing together. During the launch period FeedMyHappy are offering a free trial subscription to all users.
Nancy Radford, tutor at FeedMyHappy and Roundtuit Coaching summed up the FeedMyHappy philosophy saying ‘Being able to share this knowledge online is so exciting. It means that it is more affordable and accessible. It reminds me of the Native American story of the grandfather who was explaining to his grandchild that inside of us are two wolves always fighting—the good and the bad. The grandchild said “But grandfather, which wolf will win inside me?” “Whichever one you feed the most.”
When there is such a diet of disaster and despair on line, it is great that we can now easily feed our good wolf with Feed My Happy.’