Perfectly Imperfect tells it how it is and makes the wobbles of life real instead of something that should be avoided. This book validates that the struggle is real, self doubt is real and getting through life's ups and downs, and just even the next few minutes can sometimes be really hard - and that's ok. The message coming through Ailsa's raw reflections is that here's no wrong or right, we are all beautiful in our own way, and one step at a time, even if it's backwards every now and then is life - it's never perfect, and her acceptance of imperfection allows her to step up and really grow. What a great message to take through life. A great read and well worth it.