Who is she?
Baylee is an independent individual for whom the words "women's liberation" are much more than just a few letters, however this doesn't prevent her from being glamorous and seductive, in love with life and all the pleasures it has to offer. "Dynamic" is the word that characterizes her best. Indeed, she is quite the fidget, and if circumstances allow, she can often find herself between flights and trains. She craves adventure, and her promptness of action, adaptability and curiosity prove to be valuable assets in satisfying this urge. Her strengths are essentially her great courage, initiative and responsibility, as well as her sociability and easy-going manner, cleverness, sympathy and the enthusiasm that she inspires in others (she is obviously a passionate character). Her weaknesses are her emotional instability, fickleness, carelessness and her tendency to libertinism, with a somewhat superficial and adventurous attitude. On the other hand, her intuition is highly developed and she is extremely sensitive, and such virtues mean that she is generally perceived as being friendly by her peers. As a child she is a right "little monkey" and a true tomboy who much prefers to climb trees than bake cakes! Rather unpredictable and agitated, she can often be disobedient and disorderly... enough to enrage and exasperate her parents for a few years! Therefore, a strict, even authoritarian upbringing is desirable, although she will need to retain a certain amount of independence, whilst an early sex education wouldn't do any harm and could even do some good.
What does she do?
Baylee is not fundamentally qualified for the vocation of a housewife, nor for that of a public servant for that matter, and she can be known to throw herself into a career a little too quickly even if this means changing jobs shortly afterwards. Her active number 32 encourages mobility, which is obviously not conducive to a lengthy program of study that would impede this craving for action. Occupations that are likely to bring her satisfaction are those related to travel and abroad (commercial occupations such as import-export), sales and marketing, advertising, representation, the media, transport, tourism and social and humanitarian occupations (medical, paramedical or justice).