Be Vaguely Inspired by Miranda Kerr’s Generic Thoughts on Female Empowerment

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I am consistently impressed by many things about Miranda Kerr. Her flawless brand of airport chic, her selfie game, her ability to uphold her wholesome public image while cozying up to famous perverts. But most of all, her proficiency for saying so much yet so very, very little.

The most recent example of this last thing is an interview with Marie Claire Mexico, Over three gracefully bumbling paragraphs everyone’s favorite anthropoid goji berry delivered some words of wisdom about being true to yourself and appreciating the finer things, painting a vision of a glorious pot luck dinner to which everyone’s invited except that fool who bought a glutinous bread basket:

What I’m trying to encourage, specially within young women, is for them to celebrate individuality, embrace their authenticity and really feel like they don’t have to fit into a certain type of box.

Everyone is so different and we need to stand together and empower each other as women to be the best versions of ourselves that we know we can be. To achieve that, we need to feel our best, so we should motivate each other to eat healthy and expand on things we love doing. Some people are more intellectual, some people are really funny, whatever it is, we all have something unique to bring to the table.

So, find what it is that you’re passionate about, be true to your beliefs and don’t feel that you have to be anything but yourself.

You bring the individual mason jars of layered acai chia pudding, I’ll bring my perfect repertoire of Mean Girls quotes. Then we can all indulge in an appreciation of the finer things in life.

I would have to say being a mother and spending time with my son, that really fills my heart with joy,” Kerr continued. “Being in nature, like walking on the beach or going for a walk in the mountains, getting a fresh bouquet of flowers, taking a bath after a long day of work, putting the candles on, having a cup of tea with my friends, laughing and dancing around the house. The simple things add a lot of joy to my life.

Or we could just play flip cup. Flip cup is super empowering.

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