How To Be A Baddie
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How To Be A Baddie

Not your typical baddie guide.

How To Be A Baddie

Being a 'baddie' does not connote physical attractiveness. In this article I will not be explaining how to post selfies or contour your face or apply winged liner...

On the contrary, being a baddie, can also mean standing up for your beliefs, educating yourself and doing something for the good of others-- something bigger than yourself.

Here are 7 tips for how to be a 'baddie':

1. Other than slaying your makeup, just being a woman-- you are already a baddie.

You are strong and conquer things that only the female species can conquer.

2. Slay your grades.

Part of being a baddie, is holding it all together. All those sleepless nights pay off when you get the best grades and do your utmost best in school.

3. Educate yourself.

Broaden your horizons, and educate yourself about universal topics, read the news, watch documentaries, acquire as much knowledge as you possibly can. Being intelligent is such a great quality.

4. Know you are the best.

If a boy is treating you like you are inadequate, leave him because he is not worth your time. He is lucky and flattered to have you, it is never the other way around.

5. Walk away from negativity or the things you don't want in life.

You are everything.

6. Pamper yourself.

Why wait for a guy to buy you food? Buy yourself a full coarse meal, get your nails done and drink your own glass of wine.

7. It's okay to cry

.. but 'baddies' pick themselves up and tell themselves they are invincible.

The most important thing I have learned is many people receive attention based on how they view themselves. If you want positive attention, then you have to put yourself on the biggest pedestal where you view yourself as important because when you do that, other people view you in a reciprocated way.

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