4 Great Ways To Adapt To The Seasons Of Life

by Sheri

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How To Adapt To The Seasons Of Life – And Why It’s All In Your Hands

Learning to adapt to the seasons of life can be hard or easy. It all depends on you.

Your life is yours to own and control. There are things you can do to make sure you are in full control of your personal brand, life, and destiny.

Would you approach your life differently if your life was your brand?

At the moment, your life may be amazing, not so great, or just down right sucks.

Whichever phase you find yourself in, you are clearly experiencing one or more transitions.

The changes could be in any area of your life.

Where you live, your career, financial situation, relationships, spiritual life, health, marriage, or any other area.

During these phases of change, we must learn to adapt to the seasons of life.


Do you find it difficult to adapt to sudden life changing situations? Are you worried that an unexpected change will leave you overwhelmed? There are many seasons and life and here are great ways to adapt to tose seasons of change. Use this for inspiration, motivation and encouragement. #lifechanging #change #selfcare #love #motivation #inspiration #quotes #relationship #lifestyle



What Are The Seasons Of Life?


Transformation is a natural part of life.

These seasons or cycles are natural and are necessary for personal growth. It is important to go through change, rather than wait for it to pass or hope to get over it.

You are changing because you become someone new, different, and hopefully better.

In order to adapt to the seasons of life, you need to understand that each cycle will come with different tasks, goals, and perspectives. Not only that but also the roadblocks that could be set in your path.

Either by yourself or others.


Is Fall The Season Of Change?


Yes and no.

Fall is called often called the season of change because the leaves turn the most beautiful of reds, yellows, and browns. Your clothing changes, you start to wear layers; the air smells crisper and cleaner.

Mother Nature makes it clear that not everything stays the same forever. Change is good. Beautiful. Unavoidable. Necessary.

In life, all seasons are seasons of change and transitions, which is why it is important to adapt to the seasons of life.

Ever notice that Winter brings about a time of reflection and setting goals?

Spring brings about enlightenment, opportunities and stepping out of your comfort zone?

Summer for me brings about joy, freedom, traveling, and self-growth.


Seasons Don’t Last Forever

deser and rocks time for change

You can adapt to the seasons of life because you know they are natural and temporary.

It will be easier for you to pass through those hard phases in life. Those bad days that only gets worse, the uncertainties you may have about a situation. It is in this phase that you will learn a lot about resilience and persistence.

Emotional changes are the hardest.

You will also learn new things about your strength and yourself, which in turn will help you grow.

A new season will arrive leaving you a different person. When things go successfully, celebrate it and embrace the joy. Accept it with grace.

When things go other than expected, don’t wallow in self-pity. It will get you nowhere. Start looking for alternative options.

See it as a challenge, a way to learn how to do things differently. Most importantly, do not worry about the things you cannot control.


When we are no longer able to change a situation - we are challenged to change ourselves.Click To Tweet


Move forward and keep progressing, reflect on your growth and increase your productivity.

Life is sending new things your way, so be open to it.

Since the start of this year, you have gone through winter, spring, and summer. Fall is now here, so ask yourself, “How have I changed?”, “Have I been able to grow?”, “Am I meeting my goals and heading in the direction I want ?”

The answers to these questions will help you self-reflect.

Should there be anything you are not happy about or proud of, find ways to change them this season.

Be kind to yourself.


What Are The Different Stages Of Change?

woman standing under trees looking worried

  • Denial

  • Anger

  • Dejection

  • Acceptance

  • Learning


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4 Straightforward Ways To Adapt To The Seasons Of Life


1. Change Your Attitude

Change your attitude about something you currently don’t like.

This can be about something in your career, relationships, self-perception.

It is not going to change itself so you need to change your attitude towards whatever it is you don’t like.

Everything happens for a reason, and there is always a lesson to be learned.


There is a season for everything under the sun—even when we can’t see the sun.


2. Gain Perspective

Change forces us to examine our lives,to pause and gain perspective.

Life is filled with many gains, changes, shifts, losses, and transitions.

They may have a huge impact or none at all. You are adaptable.


3. Be Flexible When Embracing Change

Nothing is set in stone. Not everything lasts forever. Love, friendships, marriage, finances.

These can all change at any point in time. For better or for worse.

Appreciate what you have when you have it. You never know, a new promise of forever might come your way.


4. Be Your Own Best Friend

You may think you have that one friend, partner, or family member that you can rely on no matter what.

That is great, fantastic, and is a safety net. However, people are capable of letting you down.

Take responsibility for how you deal with changes. Rely on yourself.

You control your behavior, your decisions, your actions.


Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.Click To Tweet


Change is constant, so we usually don’t notice the expected changes.

The unexpected changes are what catches us off-guard. If you are lucky enough to have a good support system like friends and family around you, you may not have to deal with overwhelming changes on your own.

You also have the option of support groups, life coaches, or a therapist.

Reach out and ask for help if it feels like it is too much to handle on your own.


If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.



Whenever you are feeling uncertain about way to adapt to the seasons of life, remember that you can adapt in order to thrive.

Transition from one place to another through learning from the situations life hands to you.

Change happens constantly, yet we never cease to be surprised by it. Like the seasons, keep growing, blooming, and living.

How do you deal with change? Both good and bad?

Do you find yourself in a situation now which will cause you to adapt to the seasons of life?

Share them with me in the comments section below.


Purposeful Habits xoxo Sheri

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Valerie February 10, 2018 - 12:44

I don’t think people often give themselves enough credit that season changes are inevitable. These are wonderful tips — thanks for sharing so others can learn to better navigate these trying times.

Courtney CJ February 10, 2018 - 10:14

Totally agree that seasons do NOT last forever. I’m honestly grateful for my most recent struggle season because the new season that I am in now feels THAT much more glorious and I learned quite a bit.

Patricia @ Grab a Plate February 9, 2018 - 16:13

Thanks for the tips on how to adapt! I’m hoping this season changes sooner rather than later, but happy to have some coping advice!

Tia | Filtercrave February 9, 2018 - 14:31

Thank you for this post. I’ve been going through a lot of unstable seasons lately, I feel like everything is changes so fast and I don’t know how to keep up. I guess that’s the mid 20s for ya. I’m glad to hear the reminder that these seasons are temporary.

Rebecca | AAUBlog January 22, 2018 - 04:12

really like the sentiment of this post, really poignant for me right now. I like how you say that seasons don’t last forever, so if there is a time in our life that we aren’t really thriving in, then it will change

The Growing Mum January 22, 2018 - 04:02

Adapting to the seasons is so vital for our well-being. My mantra for the year is based on this verse “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the sun”.

Melissa Welby January 10, 2018 - 18:54

Love the sentiment that seasons don’t last forever- reminding us that change can be tough but it pushes us forward and will pass. Nice post!

Renee Guill January 10, 2018 - 11:53

What an intriguing way of looking at things. Tho, have to add that some of us can’t change the negativity no matter how hard we try, unless we take meds, and even then it’s not a given. But the idea of change, even in little ways, is much more doable, and might ease some of the stress for those of us with anxiety/depression. Thank you for sharing this.

thenafranssen January 7, 2018 - 16:13

Great article and great tips. Negative attitudes are no way to live our life! Cheers to a new year full of positivity!

Chantal January 3, 2018 - 10:50

When I say I needed this! This was a great reminder that trouble don’t last always. I love how you broke the seasons down.

Ashleigh Dougherty January 3, 2018 - 06:10

Never really thought about the seasons of life before, but I agree with everything you’ve said.

Evelyn | PathofPresence.com January 2, 2018 - 20:39

Sheri, this is beautiful – really enjoyed this post. Life is all about change and transformation, or else we become stagnant and stuck. What a graceful way to look at change through the seasons of nature. Even more so, we too, can take a clue and become resilient, and know that despite the starkness of the bitter cold, spring always returns. Many blessings to you!! xo

Hannah January 2, 2018 - 18:18

Some really great advice, I think I need to become more flexible x

Linda January 2, 2018 - 16:35

You’ve quoted some very wise people here – love Wayne Dyer’s wisdom. Can’t believe he has passed.

Stephanie Merry January 2, 2018 - 04:30

Amen to this! Love this post, and really feel like change is a good thing rather than something to be feared x

Brigette Collins January 1, 2018 - 23:24

Attitude is everything! These are great tips and when utilizing these, they can make a great difference!

Denise Smith January 1, 2018 - 20:51

thanks for sharing this, change is inevitable and uncontrollable at times, you made a good point that we can’t control the seasons but we can adjust our sail(attitude).

Ashley January 1, 2018 - 18:18

These are great tips. It totally agree with changing up how you look at things and changing your attitude to get different results. I’ll be working on more self love this year!

Kacie January 1, 2018 - 16:57

I love the quote about how you can’t change the direction of the wind, but you can change your sails – it reminds me of a time when I managed to overcome my own personal demons.

Laura Dove January 1, 2018 - 16:26

Oh I love this, it really made me think. I think being your own best friend is great advice, it took me a long time to work that one out.

forkwardthinkingfoodinista January 1, 2018 - 16:12

What an interesting read. I totally agree everything does happen for a reason x

kayleighrosee January 1, 2018 - 10:25

I love this! We have to embrace change rather than see it as a complete disaster! x

stephaniesherlock October 26, 2017 - 08:23

Sheri, more great advice. Pretty soon, you might find yourself writing self discovery books or teaching classes like Wayne Dyer himself.

Mia Alviz October 9, 2017 - 00:37

Enlightening and meaningful content! Actually, one can use this in all areas of life! Definitely food for thought. Keep on with the good work!

Stuart Brazell October 8, 2017 - 21:58

I really enjoyed reading this. How wonderful to think of the seasons as the seasons of life vs the weather. Time truly does heal everything.

xx, Stuart

Corinne @ HappinessInHomemaking.com September 28, 2017 - 15:45

this was just what I needed to hear! thank you for writing this – I’m trying to change around my attitude right now about everything.

Priyadarshini Rajendran September 28, 2017 - 09:12

Inspirational post. Changing the situation is something that is not possible always. So, the points you made are spot on.

Ashley September 27, 2017 - 22:02

Over the last few years, I’ve really been intentional on remembering that nothing is permanent. Sure, things may be hitting the fan now, but there is an ending point. Also, it is likely preparing us for something in the future – a different trial, helping someone else through a similar situation, etc. Thanks for shedding light on it. πŸ™‚

Life with Larissa September 27, 2017 - 19:16

Great post! Change is super scary, but it’s necessary to keep moving forward in life. I think the most important is changing our attitudes. It’s so easy to fall into the trap of negative thinking and blaming others for misfortunes, but we usually fail to see all the blessings and opportunities we have in our lives. I’m working on changing my attitude for the better, and becoming more welcoming of change!

Deborah Butler (@SuperBusyMum) September 27, 2017 - 17:57

What a beautiful post and nothing lasts forever – also….being so negative and down on everything isn’t healthy. I’m a shake it off and move on sort of gal!

BehindTheSchmile September 24, 2017 - 21:55

This post came right on time!!!
I’m currently still in the dejection phase and as stupid as it sounds I’ve been talking to myself to try and get out of it- I guess this comes with being my own best friend!
I honestly couldn’t be more thankful for this post right now- thank you SO much for sharing!

Sheri @ A Busy Bees Life September 24, 2017 - 22:42

Hi, I am so glad that this came to you at the very time you needed it. I am so glad you could resonate with it. I say, you have to be your own best friend as people will always disappoint and only you control your happiness and being the best person you can be.
No matter what you are going through, see it as a learning phase and a challenge which you will definitely accomplish and come out a winner. xoxo πŸ™‚

candicenikeia September 19, 2017 - 07:50

Being my own best friend is so important – no one can love me as much as I can love myself!

Tori September 19, 2017 - 05:10

I literally just posted a photo on Instagram today about life’s seasons. I just had a curve ball in my personal life, and it’s a reminder of where I’m heading and what I value.

Courtney Klimka September 16, 2017 - 21:48

This was such a beautiful post! Change is such a difficult thing but it really is such a big part of life.

Chelsea Godfrey September 16, 2017 - 15:37

This was such a great read at the perfect time! My husband just started a full time MBA program and it’s been pretty difficult to adjust to never seeing him or spending time with him. We sold our home, moved to a new city, and he started school and they were all rapid changes. Thanks for sharing this advice!

The Little Binger September 16, 2017 - 09:03

I couldn’t agree more on being your own bestfriend! And by the way, this is truly inspirational. πŸ™‚

Amanda September 16, 2017 - 07:07

Wonderful post with great insight. It’s good to embrace the change and have a positive attitude to reflect it.

Erica @ Coming up Roses September 15, 2017 - 06:52

Love this! Seasons change and we grow through each one, both the good and the bad. The important thing is to keep our priorities in check.

Via Bella September 15, 2017 - 02:05

Hey beautiful Sheri! This was absolutely spot on and so helpful for me at a time when I am going through struggles with separation. You are right and I need to remind myself that I am more adaptable then I think! Thank you so much!

Christine September 14, 2017 - 23:29

Great tips girl! I love this topic and how seasons are a time for transformation. I’m trying to be healthy and learn to listen to my body as time changes. πŸ™‚

stephanieziajka September 14, 2017 - 22:57

You are speaking to me and know exactly what I have been thinking lately. Thank YOU for sharing what I needed to read.


fairyprincessjord September 14, 2017 - 21:07

I try to remember that the seasons don’t last forever. The seasons of my life sometimes correspond with the actual seasons and other times they correspond with what is happening in my life. Either way, it is great to remember that change and evolution is natural.

Annaliese September 14, 2017 - 18:16

Love the mantra about seasons being temporary- a good thing to remember on hard days/weeks!

xoxo A

Rachel Gault (@rachelgault) September 14, 2017 - 16:09

Really great post! All key things to remember – especially when you’re going through tough times.

Christina @ Hugs and Lattes September 14, 2017 - 15:33

This is so encouraging. Seasons always change. I definitely have to check my attitude in changing seasons. We have to work on being adaptable!

Simply Apostolia September 14, 2017 - 10:05

That was a really inspiring post. Totaly loved the number 4. Be your own best friend. We are the only ones that know every single piece of ourselves, every aspect of our character. And we will be together until our last breath. So we have to change the way we look ourselves Because it’s really important!

Sydney Power September 14, 2017 - 07:03

I totally love this post and agree with these! We just need to enjoy our everyday moment without regrets from the past. Really love this.

Southern & Style September 14, 2017 - 04:45

What a great post, I agree with you on being flexible-it’s so important to be able to move with the groove!

xoxo, SS

Lily A. (Beauty With Lily) September 14, 2017 - 03:21

I LOVE this! You definitely have to be flexible and be your own best friend!
xo, Lily

Louise x (@withlovefromlou) September 14, 2017 - 03:01

We’re not adapting to fall very well at the moment. We’ve all had chest infections. Nightmare!! πŸ™‚

Louise x

Our Family World September 14, 2017 - 02:02

As it has always been said, “The only thing constant in the world is change.” So true. However, I tend to question the reason for the change. Some changes would not be for the benefit of the greater good, and those changes are the ones I refuse to follow.

graceherjourney September 13, 2017 - 22:06

I couldn’t have said this any better! Being flexible for change and self reflection are very important. It helps you to stay realistic. The part about friends is so true! Not everyone can be trusted or has the same vision so it is best to not depend on others. You are responsible for your own succes story!

Laura Dove September 13, 2017 - 21:47

Oh I LOVE this post, so inspirational and all of it so true. Nothing lasts forever is something which I tell myself repeatedly through the best times and the worst.

toastycritic September 13, 2017 - 19:26

The one thing that I have found the most true in all my life is that the ability to be flexible is a necessary skill if you want to succeed in it. You have to be ready to be adaptable to the changes that come around you. And you have to roll with it and be ready for what may come your way next. Planning is important. But being prepared for what you cannot plan for is even more important. It frequently determines success and failure.

Sheri @ A Busy Bees Life September 13, 2017 - 20:55

Such true words spoken here. You are absolutely right and completely on point. I think for me this is all the more true since having a child. Thank you so much for writing this here. I am sure it will ring through for many.

Healthwealthbridge by Dr.Amrita Basu September 13, 2017 - 16:20

Lovely post .Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. – George Bernard Shaw Is perfect .I am going to adust my sails too now.Sometims in life we are at cross roads and you get a signal.This ist it!

eazynazy September 13, 2017 - 15:28

I like the way you’ve written this post describing seasons of life and I totally agree with it. Nothing is permanent .

MyMagicalTrunk September 13, 2017 - 14:57

Beautifully explained! I love how you have explained it with mother nature and how to adapt to it. I totally agree with you being flexible helps a lot to adapt change. I am myself very flexible to change and accept changes in quite a positive way.

Aditi September 13, 2017 - 09:09

This post is so inspirational, Sheri. I believe change is the only constant in life, cliche I know, but a fact as well. We can evolve in our lives when we take it as seasons that come and go and learn to adapt our attitude towards it accordingly.

alisonrost September 13, 2017 - 04:56

When I look back, there are three or four seasons of my life where I’ve made dramatic changes. The moments when I woke up and thought “I’ve had it, I’m not living like this anymore” Certainly, the changes required weren’t easy, but they were always so very worth it. x

Sarah Kranz September 12, 2017 - 23:24

I really enjoyed reading this post! The seasons of life can be seen in many different ways, but I love how you put them in terms of the natural seasons!

kalliamanika September 12, 2017 - 22:36

Your post here has so many good points. Inspirational and very in depth. You see, adaptivity has the ability to shift the way you see life in general. Many times we get stuck in one way and we forget that a coin has many ways you can view it from.

asseenonjean88 September 12, 2017 - 20:33

Thanks for such a thought provoking post! I can really relate to it’s content at the moment as I’m going through a difficult time. It’s important to realise that it will pass soon.

Nayna Kanabar September 12, 2017 - 18:58

What a fantastic post its so inspirational. I totally believe that one should embrace change and adapt accordingly. Nothing stays the same and rather than try and reciprocate what you have had that’s good one should see good things in new ventures and new opportunities. Embrace change and it will embrace you.

Teresa September 12, 2017 - 18:02

Very inspirational post. Your analogy on the seasons of life is beautiful and I completely agree! Especially self love. It’s so important and vital in our mental, emotional, and physical growth through life.

Laila Laurson September 12, 2017 - 16:35

I loved this post! I completely agree with your 4 ways to help change with the seasons of life. I have come to adopt most of them and even through they can be challenging to maintain at times, I find that I live a better quality of life when I am able to implement them. Thank you so much for sharing!

MELANIE EDJOURIAN September 12, 2017 - 12:38

I love the way you describe the seasons of life. We all need to learn to be flexible in all aspects of our lives as it can help us become much happier ourselves.

thelordandthelady.com September 12, 2017 - 12:20

Everything in this post was absolutely gorgeous! it’s always a good idea when i get to read your posts!

Yukti September 12, 2017 - 09:01

Very beautifully written on adaptation by comparing to seasons. As season passes, same way our state of life pass away. Nothing is permanent.

Julz September 12, 2017 - 06:58

Beautiful post! so many true things. Everything is changing, all the time – it is the life cycle.

Jhilmil September 12, 2017 - 05:47

This is a beautiful post Sheri! The way you compared seasons to our inner emotions is just so true.. As the seasons pass by those negative emotions also make their way out, but we need to learn to live in the transitions!

babiestobookworms September 12, 2017 - 03:15

Your perspective and your attitude are so important when dealing with life. It’s so interesting that we do tend to consider every season as a season of change. Summer is the only season I don’t really start new routines and goals.

tpeskin September 11, 2017 - 23:05

Beautiful post. I like number 4. Be your own friend. It’s so important to be able to be strong in enough to count on yourself. Cheers!

Tania Potter - Soul Sense Coaching September 11, 2017 - 18:38

This is a lovely analogy for dealing with change and I can so relate. Attitude, perspective, flexibility and being that someone that you can rely on are really what it is all about. Great post!

margie September 11, 2017 - 16:56

Very interesting post, thank you for sharing. I guess the change of season can affect your mood

Shelbi September 11, 2017 - 16:46

Always love the inspirational topics you discuss and the quotes you add to them! I really agree with everything you said.

Familyearthtrek September 11, 2017 - 13:13

What an eye opening post! It is true that if you cant change things you dont like perhaps its time to change yourself! Your own life cant be put in somebody else hand…its only you have to deal with it! My biggest change has to be when I got my daughter! The change was so pronouncing that I couldnt keep up with it…a very hard begining of something very beautiful!

Lyka September 11, 2017 - 11:25

These are great tips. I actually agree with everything you said. Having a negative attitude on something just isn’t good for you so you must change it if it greatly affects you. And yes, you must love yourself over anyone. At the end of the day, you only have you, so don’t lose yourself while trying to keep others. πŸ™‚

Kavita Singh September 11, 2017 - 11:23

Highly agree with you, especially on the 3. Nothing is forever. Everything will change as time passes away. So enjoy your today, enjoy what you have. Cheers

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