Spaces. They influence every part of our lives – our health, wealth and happiness. Each week on the Spaces podcast, Sam Buckby shares the insights of leading building and design experts to help make our buildings smarter and create healthier and happier spaces.
On this episode, we welcome host and executive producer of ‘Destination Happiness’, Angie Hilton. Angie shares with us her journey to finding happiness and gives us some great insights into how we can achieve happiness and mindfulness in our own homes.
In this episode, we also discussed:
- – Angie is an advocate for happiness and shares her journey to creating a television series on just that topic
- – In her late 20’s Angie experienced a battle with her mental health, which had a profound effect on her life and work
- – During this difficult time, Angie did a lot of research into happiness and “Destination Happiness’ on channel 9 was created
- – The reason that Angie finds happiness in travel and being outdoors
- – Angie is happily married with two children and loves, more than anything, being at home with her family
- – Angie’s favourite destinations around Australia
- – Angie finds that being in nature uplifts her and seeks out the Japanese concept of forest therapy
- – At age 44 Angie found out she had ADHD. The thrill of being a presenter is part of why she loves her role on Destination Happiness
- – Angie’s tips for creating excitement in our lives as well as a space for meditation
- – Creating space in your daily life for meditation, reflection and mindfulness
- – Self-acceptance and being aware of how you speak to yourself
- – A luxurious bath at the end of the day has become part of Angie’s daily quest for happiness
- – Angie has recently renovated her own home and designed it not just for function but for feelings of happiness
- – Angie’s definition of happiness in the home
- – Angie’s ‘Lost In Space’ question shootout.
Enjoy this week’s Spaces episode with Angie Hilton
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