Life Isn't Actually That Hard

In a world that's constantly telling us who to be and how to act, it's easy to lose sight of our true selves. But here's the tea: living authentically is the ultimate flex. Let's dive in on what it really means to embrace your authenticity and ditch the societal BS that's been holding you back. Get ready to live your truth.


  1. Breaking Free from the Mould: Forget about fitting into society's cookie-cutter expectations. It's time to break free from the mould and let your true self shine. Being authentically you is the ultimate power move, so embrace your quirks, flaws, and everything that makes you unique.

  2. The Power of Realness: Authenticity is all about being real – like, unapologetically, authentically real. It's about owning your story, embracing your journey, and showing up as your unfiltered, unedited self. So, ditch the filters (whether in your photos or in your personality and mannerisms) and embrace your raw, unfiltered beauty.

  3. Finding Your Tribe: When you live authentically, you attract the energy you put out. Real recognise real. Surround yourself with people who lift you up, celebrate your uniqueness, and support you on your journey. Your vibe attracts your tribe, so choose wisely, babe.

  4. Embracing Imperfection: Spoiler alert: nobody's perfect, and that's what makes us beautiful. Embrace your imperfections, celebrate your flaws, and own your uniqueness. Imperfection is what makes you perfectly you, so own it, babe.

  5. Living Your Truth: At the end of the day, living authentically is about living your truth – unapologetically, fearlessly, and authentically. It's about owning who you are, standing in your power, and living life on your own terms. 

Living authentically is the ultimate form of self-love and empowerment. So, embrace your authenticity, own your truth, and shine bright like the star girl you are. Remember, you're perfectly imperfect, and that's what makes you beautiful. Keep slaying, keep shining, and keep being authentically you!

With love and authenticity,

Pretty Please xo

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