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Do-Over Again?

Starting over is not over, we begin again and move forward having learned from the lessons of self and shine

How many do-overs, does it take to finish this journey of self? We continue the journey often frustrated, and unsure when we start a new job, a new relationship, or a new chapter altogether, the idea of beginning again. Remember that starting over is not about erasing the past or forgetting our experiences. It's about taking those lessons with us as we continue the journey.

As we start over, we have the opportunity to radiantly reinvent ourselves in a way that is true to who we are. Just like the ancient Japanese art of kintsugi, where broken pottery is repaired with gold, we can embrace our imperfections and scars as part of our beauty. By embracing our past experiences and learning from them, we can shine even brighter as we move forward with grace and unbreakable resilience.

What would you like to have a Do-Over with or had to make on this journey? Has it been your career, health, education, finances, or relationship? These do-overs are opportunities for growth, learning, and self-improvement as we continue the journey to self. I know I have had many.

*Kintsugi Affirms

I am a Kintsugi woman guided by passion and spirit, following my heart and staying true to my values and beliefs. I find the strength to keep going, even when the path ahead seems uncertain. Through the kaleidoscope of change and do-overs, I remember that each new beginning is an opportunity to grow, embrace empower, engage, explore, and evolve, shining bolder and stronger as I am radiantly reinventing myself.

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