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Bleed all winter, just to come back harder every summer.

The whole idea of knowing my own seasons, came from me writing. Yes! I have these ideas or sayings that just come naturally. They usually grow into a visual of some form, either a photo or short video. But this time, I decided to expand writing on this, after years of growing and paying attention to when I struggle more with life, it flows naturally. My seasons of difficulty and growth are in the winter time. Hence “Bleed all winter, just to come back harder every summer“. Yes, that’s me! This is so true for me. Bleeding is my way of saying I’m in pain. I experience more pain in the winter season, most self-caused unfortunately and due to growing. But the good thing about it is, I make it thru to experience a higher form of myself. This difficult season of my life birthed Peace & Flow, my most special creation. That’s proof to me that there is beauty in the pain. When you truly want to grow and become more, you start to open yourself up to face some hard truths and that can be painful. So very painful… But where would I be, or who would I be without any experience to be taught, painful or not. Life isn’t easy, but we don’t have to make it more difficult than it already is.

Time. Time allows us to heal and continue to get better, and for that, I am forever grateful. Learning to embrace my seasons of life means letting go of a lot of fears I’ve been carrying around, and believing in myself so much more. We’re one month into Spring and I’m excited about what this Summer has in store for me. I’ve made some interesting goals and have really been working towards them, so it’s going to be great to see how things continue to change for me. I’m in a place where I’m completely open for change in my life. I just wanna be more and do more.

Cheers to knowing you’re seasons!

All Love,


April 27, 2018

Knowing You’re Seasons




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