I’m Joanna and Welcome to Joanna’s Reflections.
I began this blog as a way to express the millions of thoughts that go through my mind on a daily basis. It began as a place where I could say whatever I wanted without having to be judged or invalidated by the criticism of others. Today, it has become more much for me and others.
I am a young adult, in my 20s, going through life. Dealing with adulting, healing from generational, childhood and relationship trauma all the while charting a new path for myself and those after me. I tend to put a huge load on my back but this comes from my vision that I should at least try to make the world a better place.
I am a believer in love and that despite how toxic we may think it is, that love is the most beautiful and freeing feeling ever. I believe that each of us must experience it at least once in our lives.
I am a believer in the fullness of life. In a society where we are all obsessed with chasing and securing the bag above all, I believe that though it is important to be financially secure, life has got more. I think the greatest pleasures in life come from experiences and people. It comes from the first time you went out drinking in college, to the first time you listened to your favourite song or hugged the love of your life. I believe that the fullness of life doesn’t come from possessions but from way we feel about the things we love and even the things we don’t love. That we begin to truly enjoy life and live in happiness when we understand the balance of life.
This is what my blog is about. I write to share these thoughts and ideas. I write for the person who wants more than everyone else. And my goal is to create a space where these thoughts and ideas are safe, free from the culture of hate for anything beyond the normal.
Today, my blog is my safe place, I come here for advice and I am shocked at how much information is on here for the myriad of life’s situations and I hope that as my reader you will realise that too.
Welcome to Joanna’s Reflections or the Jo-Verse as I like to call it.
I hope you love it here,