The Anti Cover Girl

...Because You're Worth It

About

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(I chose this picture because since it was taken it has hands down received the most “comments” and “likes.” I look confident and comfortable in my skin. The reality behind this picture is, at the time, my eyes wouldn’t stop watering from the fan that was trying to give my flat hair volume. I was at an event with dozens of other beautiful girls with big personalities, shifting eyes, and competitive natures and never felt more out of place in my life. The photographer and MUA are incredibly talented artists; however, social media fails to show the emotion behind the image. Everything is not what it seems)

If your scrolling or searching has brought you to this page then please linger for a while. I am so glad you are here.

My name is Audrey and I’m authentic and to the point. I’m an LDS blogger with a passion for empowering women. I have been dreaming of starting this website for a while now and it is going to be completely raw, candid, and unfiltered as I write about many personal struggles that I have and countless other females I’ve spoken with are also battling.

As a society, we have created and continue to feed an image obsessed culture and I am so dang tired of it. The definition of beauty and the quest for perfection are becoming so distorted that countless females everywhere are quickly sinking and because of the lie that social media feeds us that every day should be our own personal Disneyland–many women feel like something is wrong with them. This blog is about diving into the depth of the pages of your story when so many people only see the cover.

I’m not an expert on any of these topics, but I admire anyone who cares more about being a Proverbs 31 woman than a “cover girl” in this crazy world we live in.

If you are struggling with something and you want me to write about it please email me your stories! I desperately want to hear from you. I want to know what keeps you up at night and weighs heavily on your heart. I am always looking for inspiration and for more ways to give hope to other women who find themselves consumed in the quest for perfection that has brought me so much darkness. If I can help one girl get out of the depths of despair that I have so often found myself in, then I have succeeded with this blog.

Through my writing I’m trying to show people the real me. And I want to help you find, discover, and celebrate the real you. Let’s be a part of something truly beautiful together.

You are more than anything this world has to offer. I can’t wait to hear from you.

theanticovergirl@gmail.com

xoxo,

Audrey

the soft-spoken, sweet, snarky, anti-cover girl.