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inspirationI saw this today and thought that it was so cute that I just had to share it with you all.

For those of you who haven’t heard of them before, the PS22 Chorus is an elementary school chorus from Public School 22 in Graniteville, Staten Island (New York).

It is composed of 60-70 fifth-graders, and is directed by Gregg Breinberg. The group have been featured on several major national news and music networks after their videos gained international attention on YouTube. As of December, 2011 the chorus’ videos have been watched more than 39,000,000 times.

They’ve performed with Kylie Minogue and Katy Perry, and have even performed at the Academy awards!

These kids are absolutely amazing and so inspiring, especially around Christmas time, and the message of this particular song is relevant to each and every one of you.

Stay Fabulous!

Claire x

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lets ask the menWell it seems that I might have put the cat amongst the pigeons a couple of weeks ago by asking the women what they thought about Femininity but not asking the men…

My first thought when the guys pointed this out was that the reason for the first survey was to ensure that the content of the coming blog posts are relevant to the ladies around the world that will be reading them…

Now don’t tell them that I said this, but I really wasn’t sure that we really needed any input from the men (at this point). BUT, I have to admit, the more that I’ve thought about it, the more I’ve come to the conclusion that getting the male perspective on femininity (and by extension masculinity) will be very interesting for both me and you ladies who are following the blog.

So, thanks go out to the guys who have given me a cheeky nudge to let them have their say…I think that getting both sides of the story at this stage is a GREAT idea! 😀

I’ve put together some questions below for the guys to respond to and I would like to ask you to please pass these on to any men you know to get their honest opinions. Tell them it will take just a few minutes to complete, that all answers will be completely confidential, and that they will have my unending gratitude for helping us out!

Stay Fabulous! X

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masculine masksWe all know that drag is most commonly associated with describing a man in women’s clothing (before I get corrected here, yes I know that it is used the other way around too! 😉 ), but the real drag is a woman who is feminine on the inside and yet putting on a masculine mask.

Believe me, I speak from experience.

So what is a masculine mask?

Masks are there to conceal the identity of the wearer. Wearing a masculine mask involves portraying characteristics which are primarily masculine and in doing so concealing who you are on the inside. It’s about creating an appearance of being masculine externally which doesn’t match the feminine woman that you are at heart.

Masculinity, like femininity has a number of traits that are associated with it. Without wanting to create an article purely focusing on masculinity (don’t worry, I’ll come to this later!) some of these traits include tension, contraction, solidity, competition and goal/outcome oriented. Masculinity is often associated with ‘problem solving’ (I’m sure I’m not the only one who has had an argument with a partner who is trying to ‘fix the problem’ when all I was interested in doing was getting it off my chest!) and it often has a tendency to spend more time on the side of logic than emotion.

Taking on these masculine traits externally if they don’t match who you are internally is exhausting. There is nothing worse than having to behave like someone you’re not. It can affect you emotionally, mentally and sometimes physically too.

Imagine for a moment Charlotte from Sex and the City.

For those of you who have never seen the show Charlotte is woman who believes in true love, in behaving ‘correctly’ and conforming to what is considered ‘the done thing’ in polite society. She is the most conservative of the group, an irrepressible optimist and a girl who is always looking for (and expecting) the arrival of her knight in shining armour.

Next, I’d like you to think about Samantha from the same series.

Samantha is a woman who does not need a man for anything other than an enjoyable night between the sheets! She is outspoken, risqué and gives the impression that she doesn’t care what anyone thinks of her. She is often heard to say that she can do anything a man can do, and likes to prove it. She could easily be described as a masculine woman.

Now, imagine for a moment, Charlotte wearing a ‘Samantha mask’. Dressing like her, behaving like her, speaking like her…all the while still being the real Charlotte on the inside.

Can you imagine how difficult that would be for Charlotte to keep up the ‘Samantha mask’ pretence long term? How Charlotte would feel?

For a short while it might be do-able, even fun, to appear as something your not…its part of the reason that Hallowe’en and fancy dress parties are enjoyed by so many people. But to pretend for any period of time that you are something that you’re not can really drag you down.

Masculine masks are worn by so many women these days for a variety of reasons. They are incredibly common in business, as so many women have looked up the career ladder and seen mainly men in positions they would like to be promoted to eventually.

Some women choose to replicate the behaviour of the men in more senior positions in order to be considered successful, ‘the right fit’ for the company and ‘good senior management material’. Likewise in very masculine working environments, women can feel the need to act like ‘one of the boys’ in order to fit in and be accepted by their peers.

However it’s not only in business that these masculine masks appear. Women who are often feeling overwhelmed can step into superman mode to prove that they can keep control of everything in their life.

In relationships women can put on a masculine mask to try to ‘protect’ a woman from getting hurt, often as a response to heartbreak somewhere along the line. Or they can be worn by women who feel the need to ‘prove’ that they are independent and can do it all, and sometimes even bring an element of competition, showing that they can do things quicker or better than their partners. This can lead to either an explosive battle of masculine energies with their significant other or to their partner stepping back from their own masculinity (sometimes into a more feminine role) in order to prevent confrontation. This flip in polarity can have a devastating effect on the attraction and passion in an intimate relationship.

The challenge with these masculine masks is that they are draining. It is a demand on your energy to constantly keep up an appearance which is inconsistent with your inner self. The tension, control, competition and ‘need to prove yourself’ associated with the masculine masks takes continuous effort, and can often mean that you are running on adrenaline in order to keep going.

You end up feeling tired, run down and most importantly that you’re not being the real you.

Many women put on these masculine masks as a way of coping, being able to do it all or prove themselves, but in reality we become much more effective, happier and able to cope when we’re true to ourselves.

So girls…it’s time to ditch those masculine masks once and for all, have a good old chat (over a cocktail or two) with your inner woman and decide to put your best foot forward (in fabulous shoes, if that’s your thing) as the real you for all the world to see.

Stay Fabulous!

Claire x

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our survey saidWhen I started writing this post, I was wishing that there was a way that I could add sound effects easily into my blog so they played when the reader gets to the relevant part of the text. Ever since I began talking about surveys, I’ve had the family fortunes style “Ding!” and “Uh Ergh!” (questionable spelling, I know) sound effects in my head.

Cue brainwave.

As I’ve been going through compiling the results I decided to have a bit of fun by adding in the sound effects at the relevant parts…so whenever you see the arrow after “Our survey said…”, click on it to hear the results!

I have to say that I was absolutely delighted with the results of the survey. You ladies are clearly some very smart cookies 😉

So I started off by asking whether you would describe yourself as feminine.

Our Survey Said… [audio:|titles=ff-ding] …a whopping 90% of you fell into the “agree” side of the balance. Fantastic!

In addition I asked if you feel that you understand exactly what “being feminine” means and Our Survey said…  [audio:|titles=ff-ding] …90% of you feel that you know exactly what being feminine means. Way to go! 🙂

I received way too many responses to be able to share everyone’s definitions of “Being Feminine”, but I wanted to share just a couple of them with you as I think these ladies really hit the mark:

To me, femininity is really about being comfortable in your own skin, being yourself completely and honestly, not feeling like you have to act in ways that mimic the workplace culture in order to get ahead, but believing you can succeed and then succeeding because of all the qualities YOU bring to any given situation: from your strength to your sensitivity and everything in between.

I always thought that being feminine meant wearing skirts and dresses, having perfect makeup and getting your hair done regularly which really isn’t me.
I am now beginning to realise that femininity isn’t about the outside so much, it’s about the inside and being true yourself.

I also wanted to share another suggestion which was shared by someone:

Someone who is actually slightly old fashioned Laura Ashley style (that might come back into vogue!), ladylike, girlie, sweet rather than a woman.

My perspective on femininity (Ambien Sales Online) is that it isn’t about being old fashioned or having a particular “style”, it’s about being true to who you are on the inside and embracing everything that it is to be a woman. I would love to hear what you think about this, please leave me a comment at the bottom of this post to share your thoughts.

What was really interesting about this was that although 90% of you described yourself as feminine, when I asked if you believe that you are perceived as feminine by other people only 81% believed that other people perceived you that way.  It’s very interesting how we can be aware that who we are on the inside and how we’re perceived on the outside aren’t always the same thing.

So, I then asked if you would like to be perceived as more feminine by other people…Our Survey said…[audio:|titles=ff-ding]…even though 90% of you describe yourself as feminine and 81% of you believe that other people perceive you that way, the majority of you would still like to be perceived as more feminine by other people…and I guess that’s why we’re all here! 🙂  What I found interesting was that both ladies who described themselves as feminine and those who didn’t would like to be seen as more feminine by others, so we’ve got a fabulous mixture of people sharing this journey together!

I asked you if you believed that Femininity = Weak and Our survey said… [audio:|titles=ff-ehurgh]…a resounding “NO” with 95% of you disagreeing with this statement.  Brilliant. 😀

So then we had the topic of women in business, and I asked if you believed that a feminine woman can be successful in business.  Our survey said…[audio:|titles=ff-ding]…100% agreed – FAB-U-LOUS.

Then we looked at areas of potential change, and it was interesting to see that there was quite an even split between the areas of life that you would like to increase your femininity.  Intimate relationships were definitely out in front with 38%, family relationships close behind with 29%, work next with 19% and finally friendships with 14%.  So I will make sure that we cover a range of life areas on the blog so that there’s something for everyone 🙂

I also asked for examples of women in the public eye that you consider to be good examples of feminine women…again there were too many responses to list but to highlight just a few (and some that appeared more than once) we had Kate Middleton (or the Duchess of Cambridge), Kate Winslet, Mother Theresa, Princess Diana, Shakira, Julia Roberts…the list went on and on!  It’s great to know that there are some strong successful women in the public eye who are leading the way for femininity.

Finally I asked which aspect of a woman affects how feminine she is the most.  There was a clear winner on this one with 76% of you saying mindset, 14% behaviour and 10% appearance.  The honest answer is that all of these areas have an impact on a woman’s femininity to a greater or lesser extent…but the mindset tends to be the driver for both the behaviour and the appearance (if you have the mindset of a masculine man it’s unlikely that you will behave or style yourself in a particularly feminine way!)  Femininity comes from the inside out, rather than the outside in.

…and as for what information you would like from the Feminine 1st blog…it seems like the answer is a bit of everything when it comes to femininity! 😀  There have been requests for information on femininity in business, in relationships, exercises, examples, inspiring stories, practical tips, help with confidence, what femininity is, how to increase femininity…and that’s just the tip of the iceberg!

Well, you’ve asked…and I’ll answer.  We’re going to have a lot of fun! 🙂

Stay Fabulous!

Claire x


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Now, I might be a Brit, but I have to say that the idea of a day which is all about giving thanks for everything that you have seems like an incredibly good idea to me.There is so much in our lives which we take for granted on a daily basis that I think that having a day with the sole purpose of reminding us to take some time to appreciate it all is something that we should all adopt.

You see gratitude isn’t just a good because it makes our day a little brighter…it’s far more than that! Gratitude is something that can be used to neutralise negative emotions virtually instantly. It is physically impossible to feel fear and gratitude simultaneously. Likewise, it’s impossible to feel anger and gratitude at the same time. The same goes for unhappiness.

Gratitude is a powerful tool that we all need to introduce into our daily routines!

People can suck up so many precious hours of their lives focusing on what isn’t working, what could be better or what they aren’t happy with…and where does this leave us? Miserable. What benefit does it bring us? Nothing. Nada. Zip.

When we change our focus and choose instead to be grateful for what IS working, what IS great just the way it is or what we ARE happy with…things change drastically. Our brains have a rather nifty little function which takes something that we are focusing on and actively seeks out other things of the same nature.

If you’ve ever bought a new car, you know that as soon as you’ve made the decision to buy a particular make, model or colour (or all three!) that you start seeing them EVERYWHERE! There aren’t any more of them on the roads; it’s just that the funky little Reticular Activating System (the technical name for this part of our brain, otherwise known as the RAS) springs into action and actively looks for what it is that we’re focusing on. So if you make the decision to buy a black Ford Focus…all of a sudden the RAS starts noticing them all around you…where previously you wouldn’t have even noticed that they were there.

The same is true when a woman finds out that she’s pregnant. All of a sudden everywhere she goes there seem to be pregnant women popping up all over the place. Are there any more pregnant women than there were before she found out? Of course not, it’s just that the RAS has been fired up and is on the lookout for other pregnant ladies.

Gratitude is no different. If you choose to focus on all of the great things in your life, all the reasons you have to be happy and grateful, your RAS will be on the lookout for even more of them. The more you become aware of the aspects of your life to be grateful for and the more they feature in your conscious thoughts…the more you will notice.

Before you know it you won’t be able to do anything without seeing SOMETHING to be grateful for. How amazing would that be? If every day your brain was actively seeking out and bringing to your attention all the fabulous things around you?

Then EVERY day could be thanksgiving…no matter where you are in the world!

There are so many ways that you can choose to acknowledge the things in your life that you appreciate, for example in the book / DVD “The Secret” (Rhonda Byrne) they suggest the concept of a gratitude journal where every evening you document things that you have been grateful for that day.

Today I want to share with you a concept that I saw in a recent blog post which I thought was a fantastic idea. The idea is a “Girlfriend Gratitude Party”. You can see the full post here, but the concept is for you to host an evening to appreciate and show your gratitude for your closest girlfriends. You can cook an extravagant meal or make gifts for your guests…anything to celebrate and acknowledge how much you appreciate each other. Even better, if you only have one or two close friends, you can get them to each invite someone and widen your circle of fabulous female friends even further.

Just imagine how much it will mean to your girlfriends to have a gratitude party thrown just for them…and who knows, maybe the next one will be thrown for you?

I think that it would be great if we could choose to find more ways to acknowledge and recognise the many aspects of our lives which are great…and even better find a way to express gratitude to the people who make life even more special.

Stay Fabulous!

Claire x

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Look Good Feel Better LogoHaving known several people who have faced or are currently dealing with cancer, I’m sure that when anyone is diagnosed, their initial thoughts aren’t focused on their femininity.  The article however, points out that the effect that both the disease and the treatment have on how you view yourself as a woman can be devastating.  One of the ladies interviewed says “The treatment can make an attack on your femininity, even if the effects are not as visible as others. It can feel like a very serious change to how you view yourself.”

The idea is that by offering beauty makeovers to the patients it can help them rediscover their femininity.  The ladies who attend the sessions see them as a way of rediscovering their feminine identities and counteracting the physical effects of the disease as well as getting to meet and get support from others who are going through the same experience as they are.

Debbie Blackwell, charity coordinator says “When they look in the mirror, they no longer see the cancer, but how they should look…It is lovely to see them smile again.”

I cannot imagine when facing so much physical, mental and emotional turmoil what it must be like to feel that you’ve lost such a fundamental part of your identity as well, and I think that the organisers at “Look Good, Feel Better” are doing an amazing job.  To help someone to give themselves back the gift of femininity is a wonderful thing, and I’m delighted to know that there are organisations like this out there helping women in one of the most difficult periods of their lives.

Look Good, Feel Better is offered in the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Equador, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay and have programmes for women, men and teens.  They are always looking for help through donations, sponsorship and volunteers so if you’d like to get involved visit Buy Ambien Online to find your local team.

I personally think that this is an incredible initiative and I will be getting in touch with the UK branch to see what I can do to help and support them in their mission, which is so close to my heart.

The question is, what can you do?

Stay Fabulous!

Claire x

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But before you get to the videos, the countdown to the All Woman Workshop is on and I’m very excited about celebrating my birthday with all of you lovely ladies on the 10th of December.  Remember to buy your ticket here Buy Ambien Cr Online before they all sell out!

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As I’m sure you know, over the last week lovely ladies (and even one guy!) from all over the world have been posting me the reason that they would like one of “The Feminine Evolution” CDs in order to get one of the first five absolutely free to celebrate the launch!

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I had some fantastic responses and I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to post.

The five fabulous winners are:

Angela Borsellino Spagnol  – Sydney, Australia

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Emma Heptonstall – York, UK

I’d love to have a copy as I find it a challenge to remain feminine AND be great in business and juggle all that life throws at me.

Terry Loong – London, UK

I would LOVE to win the CD because I can pass this on to all my female clients and help them be a part of the Feminine Evolution!!! If it helps with getting the feminine energy dancing again, I’m all for it 🙂

Lisa Padimore – UK

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Kate Rees – London, UK

I’d like one of your new CDs because I am fed up with being WonderWoman and want to rediscover ME!

If each of you lovely ladies can send me an email ( ASAP with your address details I will get your new audio programme winging it’s way to you!

BUT that’s not the end of the story…

As the other responses that I had were so fantastic, I wanted to be able to give a little something to the each of you.  So, to celebrate the launch of the store and “The Feminine Evolution” audio CD, I have a special launch offer on for the first week only. 

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Wishing you all a fantastic week…and remember to Stay Fabulous!

Claire x

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I just thought I’d post a quick update following Feminine 1st’s appearance at the Styling Stripped Bare’s Christmas Worthshop yesterday.

It was a great day, everyone had so much fun and I got some fantastic feedback and testimonials from the lovely ladies who were there.

As a sneak peek, I thought I’d share with you the review that the lovely Tanesha Westcarr, who was organising the day, gave me immediately following the event:

Also, I wanted to let you know that I’ve picked the 5 winners of the free “The Feminine Evolution” CDs, and I’ll be announcing them on here tomorrow.

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It’s been an amazing weekend – thanks to all of you who have sent me messages wishing me luck and sending congratulations…you’re all stars!

Stay fabulous!

Claire x

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Does Femininity = Weakness?

So let’s start with weakness.  Femininity has about as much to do with weakness as Manolo Blahnik has to do with aubergines (cue lots of emails telling me he is an aubergine addict…).  In fact, a genuinely feminine woman is incredibly strong; feminine strength just presents itself in a different way to masculine strength.  Masculine strength comes from tension and contraction whereas feminine strength comes from flow and flexibility.  A feminine woman is a force of nature.

Does Femininity = Submissive?

Another common misperception is that it involves being submissive and appeasing people around you (especially men).  Again, nothing could be further from the truth.  It’s about being true to yourself, finding your inner strength and self respect and being proud of who you are inside.

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I’ve also heard several women say that femininity is about being girly, pink and fluffy, or replicating old-fashioned domesticity.  Every time I hear femininity described in this way, it is always followed up with a comment along the lines of “but that’s not who I am”.  Femininity comes from the inside out;  it’s not something that you ‘put on’ in order to give an appearance.  The time that a woman is truly feminine is when she’s being totally authentic.

So what does Femininity equate to?

Femininity can take on many forms, because it is unique to the individual woman.  For example, when I’ve asked for examples of feminine women in the public eye, three women who regularly get mentioned are Kate Middleton (the newest member of the royal family), the actress Kate Winslet and Dita Von Teese.  I’m sure you would agree that the appearance and behaviour of each of these women are very different, and yet they are all viewed as feminine women…because each of them are being completely authentic from the inside out.

Now I wouldn’t want there to be any misunderstandings, I don’t believe that there’s anything wrong with being pink, girly or fluffy, if that’s who you genuinely are…but I wouldn’t want anyone to think that the route to femininity consists of dressing daily in a pink fluffy dress! 🙂

Femininity is about being who you authentically are inside, plain and simple.

…and as such defining it in specific terms can be a little challenging, as femininity is slightly different for each individual woman.

However, there are some core aspects of femininity which are common to all feminine women.  They may appear to a greater or lesser extent from person to person, but they will all appear in some shape or form.

In order to make it nice and easy for us to remember these aspects (in case we decide that we would like to focus on developing any of them), I’ve pulled them together into a simple acronym.  It couldn’t be simpler…it’s about being F.E.M.I.N.I.N.E. first.

Flow – Femininity is all about being open, and letting things flow.  The crucial element of this flow is that it is two-way; it is about giving AND receiving in equal measure.  If you can maintain an openness in your daily life, you will naturally feel more relaxed and feminine.

Emotionally connected – Women are natural relationship builders; we use our ability to connect emotionally with ourselves and others to develop genuine bonds with the people around us.  Our ability to express vulnerability, compassion and kindness are our biggest assets when it comes to connecting at an emotional level.  Emotion is such a crucial aspect of femininity and as love is the most positive and powerful it is the best place to start, both with yourself and with others.  Love has managed to get itself a bit of a bad rap though…we’ve all heard sayings such as “Love Hurts” and “It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all”.  So when we talk about love it’s not the 21st century kind with all the rules, restrictions and pain associated with it.  We are talking about natural love, the kind that you have for your mother before you even know who she is.  Unconditional love…pure and simple.

Magic – I’m not referring to Harry Potter or David Copperfield here!  This is all about re-capturing the sense of magic from our childhood.  Being playful, childlike and having fun with life!  Most importantly…don’t take yourself too seriously!  Remembering the wonder that life held when you were a child and bringing that joy and ability to appreciate the little things into your everyday life.

Inspiring – Unlike some of our male counterparts, feminine women don’t have any inclination to use force or pressure to affect people around us…our core strength lies in being able to inspire, motivate and positively influence anyone we come into contact with.

Nurturing – Women are at their heart nurturers…but this doesn’t mean that we all need to have children, or spend our afternoons tending flowerbeds!  Our nurturing nature can be applied in any area of life…it is about supporting and helping to inspire growth in both ourselves and those around us.

Intuition – Everyone has heard of female intuition – tales of it are legendary!  But it doesn’t have to take the form of some sort of supernatural ability…intuition can simply be a blend of awareness, knowledge and experience.  At times I’m sure that we’ve all had a gut instinct about something…often that we couldn’t actually explain or rationalise…it could be that we’re connecting with some sort of “higher ability” or it could just be your subconscious is aware of things that your conscious mind hasn’t noticed.  Either way…if it serves you and steers you in the right direction, then it’s got to be a good thing!

Natural – Femininity comes from a place of complete and total authenticity.  As a feminine woman it is about getting back to who you naturally are at your core…embracing and embodying it completely.  Being feminine is owning, honouring and celebrating the real you, from the heart…and sharing it with the world.  It’s not about looking, or acting a certain way or wearing certain things…it’s about being you, through and through, inside and out, and recognising how beautiful that is.  It’s really getting in touch with who you are inside…with your ‘essence’…and allowing that to radiate out.

Energy – Energy is where the spark is added to the mix.  This is where our sense of strength, passion and real power comes from.  A feminine woman is an absolute force of nature.  She doesn’t seek out power, or to prove herself like her male counterparts…and when she’s really in her element there is absolutely no need for either.  She can feel the flow of feminine power coursing through her…and every single person she meets can feel it too.

So there, as promised, is my definition of femininity.  It’s come as a result of researching lots of different sources…as well as from my own personal experience.

…and the question now is – what’s YOUR experience of femininity?

I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts…

Stay fabulous!

Claire x