Not really. I think we complement each other really well. She's incredibly admirable but she's created her own distinct person and I have no need or want to take that away from her. I like her for the way she is and I like myself for the way I am, regardless of who is going to be more successful in the long-run or who is better described as X or Y.
Both of us are highly individualistic, but I am the poster child of underachievement. I've taken it easy in my life and marched to the rhythm of my own drum, despite missing out on opportunities on life because of it. I was always in my own realm, typing away behind my computer, or reading a book, rather than actively partaking in a social life or "doing what I was supposed to". I'm irresponsible yet easy-going and free of stress. She, on the other hand, juggles a lot of different things as a part of her daily routine. Track? Eroge? A social life? High grades? Modeling? She's got it under control. She likes unwinding but often takes on stress if it means benefit in the long haul (very much my opposite). She's responsible and an overachiever, but she owns every aspect of her life rather than letting it get to her. She displays complete mastery over most everything she sets her sights on. She's strong-willed and stubborn when it comes to wrangling life's challenges, whereas I roll over.
I seriously look up to her strength but I would never want to be in her position. I'm just not strong enough. What I admire a lot though is that she is able to maintain such grace and poise in the face of her hectic life, when I'm such a slob in my simple one.
Of course, I should mention that there are times when I think she winds herself up too much to manage something every now and again. Sometimes she oversteps and bites off more than she can chew, but I think my laissez-faire attitude would be perfect in such situations. It's stuff like that that have convinced me that she and I are a perfect match, despite our differences. I know she'd be a fantastic mother and wife.
Sorry if this got a bit bloggy.