As I promised in ‘Becoming a High Quality Woman – Part 1’ I’m back with some more valuable advice on how to reconnect with our feminine side.
Now that we have learned how to look like a lady, we also need to make sure that we act like one.
“Femininity will always be in fashion!“
I know we women are so busy with having so much on our plates lately, but it is essential not to lose touch with our feminine side. As I mentioned before, these are just a few tips on how to help ourselves get back to the right track. We should try to make them our daily habits, and with time, they will become as natural to us as breathing.
You might be thinking right now that it is easier said than done. You are right. I’m my father’s daughter, always have been. I learned from very early stage that financial security comes first. I studied hard all my life to get where I am today. But following my dad’s advice doesn’t mean that I should forget who I truly am. I can be successful in the business world even if I remain a lady.
Are you a full-time mother that stays home with the kids? The same rules apply to you. Try to allocate some time for yourself during the day, time that is only yours. Pamper the lady inside of you, and by tapping more into the essence of who you are, you’ll feel more content and confident and will shine like never before. I’m sure your husband will notice the difference straightaway too!
As you can tell, I love this topic, and if I ever write another book, it’ll be about how to be a high-quality woman, the best that you can ever be. How funny! That was the title of my dissertation at the coaching academy too, a few years ago. I believe there are so many ladies out there who are lost in today’s world. Sometimes we get confused regarding who we are, deep down, thanks to all the different roles we need to play. We are not only housewives any more, but equal partners that bring money home, friends, mothers, and lovers. No wonder why we find it difficult to keep a healthy balance in this chaos. That is why I’m constantly working with a number of women to help them go back to their very core, and bring out the best of them regardless of their age, whether they are in a relationship or not, etc.