When she walks into a room, she has the “X” factor. What IS the “X” factor?
It’s more than beauty or sex.
SHE has what the French call “je ne sais quois” (something that cannot be adequately described or expressed) SHE looks like confidence, not arrogance. She looks like ease. It’s easy to be in her skin. She likes being in it. She is control. She is funny. She’s smart.
She has her own sense of style. She doesn’t care what’s “in” because she knows what looks good on her. She likes the ways she smells. Sometimes it’s like tangy citrus, sometimes like exotic spices from the East. She likes to be different. She loves and accepts her own versatility. She is like a chameleon. She can be tough. She can be gentle. She is unafraid to embrace ALL that she is and all that she’s become as a result of her life experience. She’s open. She shares her experiences, her thoughts and her feelings. She doesn’t fear judgment from others. What can man do to her? She’s confident in her relationship with God and the Universe. She’s a student soaking up everything she can to grow into a more incredible and complete person.
When she’s a mom, she loves her kids and teaches them how to balance loving themselves and others. She teaches them mindfulness and compassion. She is affectionate. She is passionate.
She is confident in her sexuality. She accepts compliments; she doesn’t dissect them but simply says “thank you” and lets them sink in. She has the ability to cleanse herself of negativity. She is a healer (an energy worker) first for herself, then for others. She loves her body. She makes sure to feed it healthy food, lots of water and get plenty of air and exercise. She meditates daily to decrease stress and increase productivity. She stands tall. She speaks positively.
Words of wisdom and encouragement drip from her lips like honey and she… feeds the world.