International Women’s Day 2015: Frozen’ the Movie – THAT Dress Change… I Can’t ‘Let It Go’

My latest piece for ‪#‎InternationalWomensDay has been published at Huffington Post‬. Please do LIKE via the Facebook button on the Huffington site. Please feel free to SHARE using the Facebook or Twitter buttons on the post. ‘Frozen’ the Movie – THAT Dress Change… I Can’t ‘Let It Go’ http://m.huffpost.com/uk/entry/6803252 An excerpt from the piece… “Why…

Why We All NEED To Be More Compassionate

What is compassion? “Sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others: the victims should be treated with compassion” Source: http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/compassion Literally, compassion means “to suffer together.” Unlike empathy (which it is sometimes confused with), compassion doesn’t stop at taking another person’s perspective into account or just feeling that person’s emotions. You feel compassionate,…

Hand In Your Weapon! Let’s Make Trees, Not War

Hi everyone! My second piece has been published by the Huffington Post. My first post was published in January. You can find more information on it on the ‘Writing For The Huffington Post’ Page https://accidentallyreflective.com/writing-for-the-huffington-post/ This second piece is different to the first. Not so much about parenting or career choices. It’s about a truly inspiring…

New Year New Me 2015

I am really keen to make some changes this year. I shared Diseradata with you in one of my posts (you can find it here: https://accidentallyreflective.com/2014/12/20/finding-peace-amongst-the-chaos-2/ ) and a lot of the beautiful gems of advice in that piece will form a part of my many resolutions for the coming year, such as finding peace in…

Frozen The Movie – THAT Dress Change… I Can’t ‘Let It Go’

(NOTE: Although this post is about Frozen the movie, it is relevant to people with children and without)…   So I FINALLY watched Frozen the movie (with my children of course… ahem). Yes, yes I know it was released last winter, but given I’m not too concerned about what the ‘IN’ thing is, no one…