Well, I've got news for you, she's human too and she doesn't feel that "awesome".
She struggles with her toddler and has moments when she thinks, "I can't do this anymore." She doesn't have a perfect marriage, none of us do. She struggles to find balance among all the things on her to-do list. She's burnt dinner before or, worse yet, taken her family to McDonald's because putting dinner on the table just wasn't happening that night. There have been days where she doesn't get out of her pajamas, let alone take a shower.
"She" is you.
It's easy to get caught up in "the grass is always greener" mentality these days. With the instant click of a button we can share our prettiest projects and tastiest dinners and most adorable outfits. Sure we don't share the failures in between, who wants to see that? No one wants to see the dinner that went straight to the trash or the art project that didn't quite live up to it's Pinterest inspiration. That doesn't mean that those things never happened, it just means you didn't see it because "she" didn't chose to share it.
You are "her".
She looks at you and thinks you are pretty awesome too. She feels insecure at times and wonders what she can do to be more like you. Yes, you. You have some pretty great qualities too and I bet if you sat down for a while you'd realize it too. You have a lot to offer your friends and family and there is someone out there who thinks the same about you that you think about "her".
So kick those negative thoughts to the curb. Quit comparing yourself. You are awesome and someone thinks the world of you. Take a look in the mirror.