Archive for February, 2011
Wow! Thanks for all the feedback on last week’s blog post, Where Do You Present Yourself En Femme?
If you’re like most of my readers, you keep your femme self private. But that doesn’t mean you have to lose your girly side when it’s time to put on the pants! There are lots of ways to stay in touch with your femininity – even in male mode:
1. Wear women’s clothing on the sly.
Sneaking a piece of women’s clothing into your outfit is a great way to feel girly. Be creative with this! A lot of styles can pass for unisex, so try: basic tees, button-down shirts, jeans, pants and even suits (very few people will notice the buttons on the opposite side).
Don’t forget about accessories! Try wearing women’s boots or using a tote bag as a laptop bag or briefcase.
2. Use the power of scent.
Scents have a powerful effect on your brain chemistry and mood, so this is a great way to connect with your femininity.
Wear women’s perfume instead of cologne. Musky fragrances are more masculine than florals so you can wear them without anybody knowing your secret.
If you can’t wear perfume, burn a scented candle with a feminine fragrance in your home or office.
3. Surround yourself with girly reminders.
Finally, be sure you are constantly reminded that underneath that male exterior is a beautiful, feminine being!
Photos of your femme self are very powerful. Keep them in a folder on your computer, in your wallet, or even framed and hung up so you can see them often.
You could also carry around items personalized with your feminine name, such as a keychain, wallet, or coffee mug. Some of my girls even get tattoos of their names!
I’d love to hear how YOU stay connected to your femininity. Leave me your comments below!
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One of my goals this year is to help you express MORE FEMININITY in your life. I realize that your femme side might be hidden and that you don’t get nearly enough girl time. (You’re not alone: 75% of my readers rarely or NEVER go public as women.)
So rather than writing an article for this week’s blog post, I’d like to ask the question: Where do you present yourself en femme?
Please take my poll (you can select more than one answer) and leave me your comments below!
Then stay tuned for my next email because we’re going to chat about ways to bring MORE girliness into your daily life!