Reflections on life. Its simplicity, its complexity.
It’s a mixed bag here at Accidentally Reflective… no specific theme, similar to life I guess.
You will find content on all sorts of topics, the weird and the wonderful. The harsh and the pleasant. For life is like that don’t you think? You deal with many things, sometimes all at once. Life has so many facets and I just couldn’t focus on one!
You will find discussion on what life brings our way and I’ll try to find something positive out of a negative situation. Always. Okay okay… whenever I can! ;)
About me personally:
I recently made the decision to step away from certain social media forums, in order to spend less time on ‘apps’ and more time with my loved ones. I wanted more time to read books, breathe, think and just ‘be’. This resulted in me ‘accidentally reflecting’ on the things around me that would normally just pass me by. I started putting my thoughts to paper… well not quite paper.. you know what I mean.. and here I am!
I am a woman, a daughter, a wife, a mother, a Huffington Post blogger, a chef, chauffeur, nutritionist, maid, wardrobe consultant, concierge, nurse, hairstylist, personal trainer, accountant, referee, personal shopper etc … you get the idea ;)
I am a firm believer in individuality and philanthropy. A lover of fine food, architecture and happiness :)
Accidentally Reflective isn’t supposed to be about me, as much as it is supposed to be about us all, our lives and all of the different aspects that we all endure and try to get through.
It is not about preaching or teaching. It’s about thinking, learning and sharing. Why? Because sharing thoughts and engaging in dialogue can help us all to improve and expand our own lives.
So let’s do this together! Let’s share perspectives, get discussing, debating and reflecting.
Now that you are here, do read a few pieces and share your thoughts with me. I would love to hear what YOU think. Let’s start a discussion…
Views are not intended to cause offence but indeed to get readers ‘reflecting’ on issues that surround us and
hopefully possibly inspire some change to better all of our futures…
Sincere feedback is most welcome.
Have a lovely day (or evening)!