When a fair lady from London decides to ditch the corset and move to Morocco, in Northern Africa, even her husband is astounded; but he married you for your money and you don’t care what anyone thinks anyway. Oh… the loneliness of individuality.
No, that title is not a joke, and I’m all here for this! The world’s first Museum of Happiness is coming to the UK in September 2017!
The museum has been running as a nonprofit for the past two years, providing workshops, classes, and pop-up events for things like mindfulness origami, laughing yoga, ukulele lessons, art, and dancing. Just fun to stuff to get people smiling and laughing! Now, the Museum of Happiness has an official location.
Today, we have London-based, Bermudan singer/songwriter Bassette! She began singing at the age of 11, after she received a karaoke machine as a Christmas gift. “It was one where we could record ourselves singing to different backings,” the singer reminisced. “That was the first time I really heard myself singing, and the first time anyone else really heard me singing, also.” Bassette began making cover videos on YouTube at around 14, and got great feedback from viewers, encouraging her to pursue music as a career, using her gifts of singing and writing. “I fail at a lot of things, but singing and writing are just something that I am addicted to, and I’m pretty good at [them],” Bassette stated.