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Kintsugi Woman's  Philosophy

We are not defined by our breaks but by how we put ourselves back together.


At, we embrace the Kintsugi way of life. We believe that our scars, both seen and unseen, are not to be hidden but honored. They are the marks of each prism of our challenges, the signs of our resilience, and the stories of our triumphs. Through our blog, I share stories, offering insights, inspirations, and the warmth of sisterhood. I invite you to join us in this celebration of the perfectly imperfect, to find beauty in the broken, and to see the golden opportunities in every challenge.


Embrace the Golden Cracks

In the kaleidoscope of life, every woman is a masterpiece, prisms of experiences and dreams. Like the art of Kintsugi, where broken pottery is mended with gold, a Kintsugi Woman sees her scars as stories, her cracks as character, and her flaws as features of her unique beauty.

Celebrate the Imperfect Journey

A Kintsugi Woman knows that perfection is not the destination but the courage to continue that counts. She celebrates each imperfection as a testament to her strength, knowing that every repaired fracture is a golden thread in the tapestry of her life.

Transform Adversity into Art

Life will break us all in some way, but a Kintsugi Woman gathers the pieces with grace. She repairs herself with the gold of wisdom, compassion, and resilience, turning her adversities into art, her pain into power.


Reclaim you Life


A Kintsugi Woman does not hide her past; she highlights it. She reclaims her life, understanding that her brokenness is not a sign of defeat but a celebration of her ability to heal and thrive.


Connect with Authenticity


Just as Kintsugi pottery is bonded with gold, a Kintsugi Woman connects with others through authenticity. She builds relationships not by concealing her fractures but by sharing the beauty of her repairs, inspiring a community of women who support and uplift each other.


Live with Wabi-Sabi Wisdom


Inspired by the philosophy of Wabi-Sabi, a Kintsugi Woman finds beauty in the transient, the simple, and the unconventional. She lives with the wisdom that nothing is permanent, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect, and therein lies the beauty of life.


At I am encouraging women to find strength in their stories, beauty in their resilience, and connection in siSTARhood.

Kintsugi Woman

Kalina Bains

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