Authenticity, what does that even mean?
We are often told to be our authentic self, but when we twist and contort ourselves to fit into the world do we even know who we are at the core?
I thought this (Above pic) was the perfect graphic for this post as it has a huge list of potential possibilities.
Maybe these speak to you and maybe you have others for yourself.
To me, being authentic is stepping into our own happiness, having self value and presenting our happiest self to the world and not giving a sh*t if others don't like it.
Maybe it's taking a course you always wanted but were afraid others would think it was ridiculous. Or quitting your job and following your passion. It's about following your own rules and being OK with that.
It can be a really hard thing to do as we are so conditioned in our society to be, do, behave, like the "norm", which in our society is extremely...