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my family has inhaled in five minutes the enormous feast my mother has spent five days preparing, my husband insists we partake in what the rest of us have not-so-affectionately termed the “Thanksgiving Thing”—that ritual in which everyone goes around the table and shares what they’re most thankful for that year. After the eye rolling and groaning cease (and the rest of the family stops complaining too), I unbutton my jeans and dig into another helping of mashed potatoes and a second piece of pumpkin pie as I wait my turn.

family. A loss of employment, a loss in love, the loss of good health, and the loss of Pa-paw have left us with troubled minds and heavy hearts. And as just about anyone who has made at least a few trips around the sun knows, when the storms of life hit—as they always do—feeling grateful doesn’t always come easily. Sure, thankfulness is effortless when life is good; not so much when your world is crashing down around you. When heartbreak hits, the future is uncertain, and shortfalls occur, what does come easily is getting mired in our troubles and forgetting our blessings.

My husband’s only rule is that we can’t say gratitude A-list type things such as family, friendship, happiness, or health. It’s not that we’re not grateful for those things—we are deeply grateful for them indeed—but he’s looking for us to be a little more unconventional. Last year, for example, my eldest son was most grateful for girls in yoga pants; my teenage son was very grateful for parents who fall soundly asleep on the sofa well before curfew so they have no idea how late he actually gets home; my husband expressed his gratitude for the Sunday Ticket because one football game on the television at a time is just not enough; Pa-paw was grateful that Thanksgiving only lasted a day and he’d soon have his house to himself again; and our matriarch, overstressed from all the food shopping, prepping, cooking, and serving, was thankful for Xanax. Me? I was thankful for red wine (and Spot Shot, which is really awesome at getting out stains made by red wine).

Maybe it was my husband’s plan all along, or maybe he just enjoys torturing us, but one thing I know for sure is that each year, surrounded in love and laughter by my wacky family at that table, it will become clear to me that there is always something to be grateful for, no matter what losses come our way. I’m not referring to the yoga pants or the wine (well, maybe the wine), but I am talking about Thanksgiving itself, when all the people I love most in the world will be sitting within hugging distance of each other, making memories together. Yes, life can (and will) take a lot from us—that’s just life. But it can never, ever take away the joy and comfort we find in each other or those memories that we make. And that’s something to be thankful for.

Even though I’m sure I’ll protest as usual, I’m actually looking forward to our annual “Thanksgiving Thing” this year; 2017 has been a tough one for my

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dr. nicole NAYLOR LKNW RECOGNIZES A WOMAN DOING EXCEPTIONAL WORK IN THE LAKE NORMAN COMMUNITY, A LEADER WHO IS PAVING THE WAY TO CHANGING OUR ATTITUDES AND INSPIRING CONFIDENCE IN THE FUTURE.

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SETTING HER COURSE: I originally planned to major in business, but during the first hour of my first economics class I was so bored and confused I knew it wasn’t for me! I started shadowing dentists in my home town and realized how much of an impact dentistry had on people. It’s a great combination of science and art and it can have a profound impact on a person’s life by changing how they see themselves.

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TRYING TO PUT HERSELF OUT OF BUSINESS: As a dentist, you can do the best work in the world and create a beautiful smile for someone, but if they aren’t doing the right things at home, that work can all be destroyed. That is why we stress homecare and flossing and brushing so vehemently when patients are in the office. In a way, we are constantly trying to put ourselves out of business!

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JUGGLING: As a professional woman and a working mom, I’ve learned to be quite the juggler. Some days are more challenging than others, but I try to remember that the hard days aren’t every day and the good days make it all worth it. I know I can’t always accomplish everything I intended to, and I’ve learned that it’s ok to go to bed without the kitchen being clean!

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AMAZING GRACES: I am grateful for so many things, especially family. I come from a very loving and nurturing family that has always encouraged me to achieve great things. My parents started their family at a very young age, and things could have certainly been a lot different. And I have the most amazing husband who makes my life easier each day and who is the world’s greatest dad to our two children, Ava and Lucas. I am also grateful for a thriving practice filled with patients who have become more like friends through the years. Dr. Nicole Naylor is a dentist and the practice owner of West Lake Dentistry in Denver. She won the William Reed Butler Scholar award in 2009 for her research in the field of endodontics, and she received recognition in 2011 as one of “America’s Top Dentists” by consumer research council of America. Contact West Lake Dentistry at 704.483.1870.

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Your Thanksgiving Table To help you prepare your Thanksgiving Table this year, here are a few traditional favorites from the LKNW Staff, with simplified recipes for your busy schedule! SWEET POTATO CASSEROLE

While this has hundreds of variations, you really just need a large can of yams (29 oz), a quarter cup of juice (orange juice is preferable), and marshmallows for the top (you can top with nuts as well). Just combine and mash the yams and juice, top with the marshmallows and/or nuts, and bake at 375°F for about 20 minutes or until marshmallows are just beginning to brown.

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GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE

This all-time fav is as simple as combining one can green beans with one can cream of mushroom soup (equal parts, so 2 cans of beans = 2 cans of soup). Put French-fried onions on top and bake at 350°F for 25 minutes or until the bean mixture is hot and bubbling.

CHEESE PEAS

If your kids didn’t like peas before, we say, “Give Peas a Chance!” This family favorite just combines canned peas, Velveeta cheese, and pimentos in a saucepan until all are well-mixed (heat on low so as not to scorch cheese). Pour into baking dish and crumble crackers on top; bake at 400°F for about 15 minutes or until crackers are browning and the peas are bubbling.


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is sometimes cause for stress. Is my home good enough? Will my gourmet friends like my food? Are the wine aficionados going to like the wine I chose? Did I plan out everything perfectly? Are my table decorations memorable? G O I N G I N TO T H E H O L I DAY S

Whew! I can see why some folks just decide to stay home and eat by themselves or go out as a group and let someone else deal with the details. Below is a quick planning guide to help you spread out the planning so you can relax and enjoy.

FIRST WEEK Determine Guest List

you want to serve and make your grocery list, liquor/wine store list.

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How many people are coming? Determine the space needed and go ahead and draw out your seating plan. (Give each person 24” in which to sit comfortably.) Are you going to serve buffet, family, or the more formal individually-plated? If you are serving family style very little decor is needed on the table. The others may take a bit more effort. Actually make a chart of where people sit and where you plan to place the food.

The Meal

Is it decided by tradition or do you have something else in mind? Whichever it is, ask guests to bring specific items that you do not want to prepare or that you know they do want to bring—like their traditional family recipe perhaps!

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(Delegate where possible!) Place your order for flowers. Place your order for your turkey (if that is your entrée of choice). Shop for missing décor and serving pieces. Shop for all non-perishables. Shop for liquor/wine as needed.

How many of each do you need? Put one set together and determine if you have enough for each person attending.

Serving Dishes

Assign each item to a different serving dish and put this on your checklist. Put a post-it note in the dish and place where you want it to end up in your presentation. (Buffet table, center of table). Do you need trivets, spoons, serving forks? Does the wine bottle need a coaster? Make your list and check it twice!

Music/Entertainment

If music is your jam, assign someone to plan the music and have it set up prior to Thanksgiving Day. If football is the reason for the season, get the schedules early so that you may plan your timing around the games.

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Send everyone a note as to meal/ game timing.

Based on your place settings, make a list of what you think you will need for décor—tablecloth, napkin rings, napkins, flowers, horn of plenty, greenery and oranges, votives, candles, etc. If you need to call the florist, do so two weeks in advance and you will have choices!

Six - Seven days before Thanksgiving Shop for perishables. Finish setting your table. Plan your meal—cooking & timing!

Day or Two before Thanksgiving

A GRATEFUL PRAYER

“A place to find food for your tummy, projects for your hands, and encouragement for your heart.”

Thanksgiving Day

Pick up flowers – delegate. Pick up turkey – delegate. Start cooking.

Cook remaining items and serve. Delegate cleanup. Relax, have a cocktail! You have no one to impress, just embrace those around you and have some fun!

Starr Miller is the president and principal designer at StarrMiller Interior Design, Inc. Contact her at 704.896.3321 or visit www.starrmiller.com.


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What qualities are most important for success in business?

I believe time management is essential! It’s not always easy, but I try to be prompt to appointments. Sometimes I have had to trick myself into being on time by setting my appointment 15 minutes early on my calendar. That way, if I’m 15 minutes late, I’m really on time! Writing out a schedule also helps me keep on track.

What obstacles have you faced and overcome?

When I was a young child, I contracted polio and became unable to walk. With God’s grace and the dedicated care of my parents, I regained the use of my legs. Even today, I am so thankful, especially after choosing a career where I stand up all day. H O M E TO W N : W E S T V I R G I N I A

What does your perfect day look like?

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I would get up early, walk four miles with my husband— enjoying the sunshine and breeze. I would go to work and find that everything was running smoothly; then I would talk to my family and hear that all is well. The day would end at home, relaxing with my husband and Lucy.

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I am very passionate about people … I try to help in any way I can. My clients and my employees are from different walks of life, and each one inspires me every day as I listen to their stories. I truly enjoy helping people and building lasting relationships. Pat Helmandollar is the owner, president, and artistic director of Savvy Salon and Day Spa, 20430 W. Catawba Ave., #2, in Cornelius.You may contact them at 704.895.0404 or at www.savvysalonanddayspa.com.

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The United States Retirement Crisis By: Kevin Sullivan

is facing a crisis in its effort to fulfill the needs and desires of individuals to have a financially secure retirement. Factually speaking, people’s life expectancies (LE) are advancing by 1 year for every 5. As an example, if you were born in 1947 your LE is 85; 1957, 88; 1967, 91; 1977, 94; 1987, 97; 1997, 100; and 2007, 103. I was born in 1960, take very good care of myself physically, eat right, and generally have a healthy lifestyle. That means I’ll likely live beyond life expectancy, which is about 89.

shown that 10-15% of an individual’s annual salary saved annually is required to fulfill retirement income needs, yet few people save that much. Women specifically are in even greater danger. Globally, retirement balances for women are 3040% lower than men. The primary reason? Disparity of income between women and men performing the same jobs and higher percentages of women out of the workforce for periods of time during child bearing years. Additionally, and most importantly, women live longer than men and therefore must spread their savings over a longer duration and therefore require additional savings.

OUR SOCIETY

Most people don’t think that far in advance when planning for a successful retirement and tend to focus on “returns” instead of strategic planning. We call that “Longevity Risk,” by the way. Wikipedia defines Longevity Risk as follows: “A longevity risk risk is any potential risk attached risk attached to risk the increasing life expectancy of pensioners and policy holders, which can eventually result in higher pay-out ratios than expected for many pension funds and insurance companies.” For purposes

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of this article, let’s define Longevity Risk as, “I didn’t plan to live that long.” As a country, there is a huge shortfall of retirement savings. In 2015, the retirement gap was $28 trillion. By 2050, that figure is expected to be $137 trillion. The shortfall includes things like pensions, 401k’s, 403b’s, Social Security Funding, etc.

As an example, in 1960, the ratio of “earners to recipients” in the Social Security system was 5 to 1. (5 workers to 1 recipient). In 1980, it was 3.2 to 1 and in 2013 it was 2.8 to 1. There are other reasons for the shortfall, including a long term, low growth environment, low levels of financial literacy and most importantly, inadequate savings rates. Studies have

How do you fight this problem? Well, I wish it was simple, but it’s not. Planning is first and foremost, followed by discipline with savings and obtaining competent guidance. None of this is easy and requires effort in our already very busy lives. But I hope this brief article gave you pause and motivates you to take some action.

Kevin Sullivan is the president of Infinite Wealth Advisors. Infinite has offices in Mooresville and High Point. For more information, call 877.281.8282 or visit www.infinitewealthadvisors.com.


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words matter … CHOOSE THE M WI S ELY

Whether it’s our own internal dialogue or the stinging syntax of others, our hearts can soar with glee or plummet in broken pieces. As wordsmiths here at the magazine, we understand that the messages expressed in the simplest of terms can make the largest impact. Now more than ever, it might behoove us all to take notice of one young girl’s profound insights of hope, love, and the words that can and did change the world.

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“Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart.”

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”

“The good news is that you don’t know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish! And what your potential is!”

“Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy.”

“Although I’m only fourteen, I know quite well what I want. I know who is right and who is wrong. I have my opinions, my own ideas and principles, and although it may sound pretty mad from an adolescent, I feel more of a person than a child. I feel quite independent of anyone.”

“We all live with the objective of being happy; our lives are all different and yet the same.” “I simply can’t build my hopes on a foundation of confusion, misery and death ... I think peace and tranquility will return again.”

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Unphased: Un A Glimpse Into the Confusing World of Orthodontics in Phases By: Dr. Matthew Lineberger

We took our kiddos last year for the first time, and I often found myself completely lost in the nostalgic splendor as I sprinted child-like toward the next Disney character for a selfie opp. What does Disney have to do with orthodontics, you ask? Nothing, but it provides an apropos metaphor, so read on … . D I S N E Y W O R L D I S L E G I T.

Phase I and Phase II braces—Maybe you have already been introduced to this or have heard about this or have been utterly perplexed and angered by this. I want to help you understand and be prepared. I find that after seeking multiple opinions (which we recommend, after all, we will spend quite a bit of time together), parents are often left dazed and confused about what is the correct tooth-moving path for their little angel. We commonly hear things like: “Why in the world would my 7-year-old need orthodontics?” “Back in my day they just waited until all your permanent teeth came in.” “Braces with all those baby teeth!?” “My kid needs to get braces twice!?” All valid concerns and questions. Well, the AAO (American Association of Orthodontics) recommends every child age 7 and up come in for an ortho evaluation. This allows us to lay out a plan, discover any surprises (missing/extra teeth, impacted teeth, jaw problems, etc.), talk about hygiene and good habits, and also to make your child feel at home and show them that orthodontics is amazingly fun (in my opinion) and not scary or painful. On occasion, we will recommend an early (Phase I) treatment. This does not mean you will be paying for braces twice; think of it as roughly one treatment broken up into two halves. Phase II will simply be a fine detailing and perfecting of the bite, and usually very efficient if the first phase is executed well. Simply put, we will recommend a Phase I if:

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So, for my friends whose kiddos are in need of a Phase I, think of their orthodontic journey as the long drive from Michigan (our previous home) to Disney World. You have two choices: you can take a nice, leisurely approach and decide to drive until the kiddos’ iPads run out of battery, stop at a nice hotel in the mountains on the way down, swim in a heated pool, have a nice dinner, get some rest, and drive the remaining way to the Magic Kingdom the next morning (Phase I/Phase II approach); or, you can power through (traditional approach)— drive the whole day and night, suffer through the complaining kiddos, arrive tired, albeit with smiles, but at what costs along the way? At the end of the day, the journey in phases (when recommended) is a more pleasurable trip. Dr. Matthew Lineberger is co-owner with wife Dr. Megan Lineberger of Lineberger Orthodontics in Charlotte and Huntersville. You may contact them at 704.892.3300 or visit their website at www.linebergerortho.com.


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“Focus on those who hear your message and get you as a person,” she says. “Value what you have to offer and don’t waste any worry or stress on those who don’t. There are always both. You can’t please everyone and only lose integrity when you try.” Dr. Nicole grew up in the San Francisco Bay area and attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, for her undergraduate degree. Returning to the West Coast for her postgraduate work, she later obtained her doctorate from Life Chiropractic College West in California. She met her husband, Scott, early in life at a campus mixer when she was visiting potential colleges. Only a senior in high school at the time, Dr. Nicole took notice of the MIT sophomore. Even though she didn’t end up attending MIT, the couple dated long distance through all seven years of her undergraduate and graduate work. They married eight years after that fateful meet-andgreet, and nine years after they wed they had their first daughter, Roxie, who is now 5; in 2016, they welcomed their second daughter, Bridgette, who is almost 2. Chiropractic also entered Dr. Nicole’s world at an early age. When she was just 17, one of her best friends and dance teammates suggested she see her chiropractor for the neck and back pain she was experiencing. “It was out of my box,” she admits, “but I had such amazing results, I instantly became an enthusiastic chiropractic advocate.” Despite her new-found appreciation for chiropractic care, she had her heart set on studying biotechnology in college—fascinated with the intelligence of the body and how it self-regulates. However, once she got to college, she realized her job destiny most likely would be with a drug manufacturer, which left her somewhat unsettled. “I will barely take an aspirin,” she grins. “I’m also very social and wisely realized I shouldn’t spend all day in a lab. I heard my chiropractor’s words in my head and it suddenly seemed like a no-brainer. I would still get to work every day with the wisdom of the body, but help it to manifest naturally, rather than seek to modify and re-engineer it. Plus, I’d get to spend all day interacting with people.”

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Nicole is particularly passionate about chiropractic for babies and children. She not only takes great pride in providing this kind of specialized care, but she equally loves educating families, nurses, and doctors about the role of chiropractic in raising healthy children. Many local OB-GYNs, midwives, pediatricians, nurses, and family doctors refer patients to her practice for pregnancy and pediatric care because Dr. Nicole and her team are able to properly educate them about what they do, how they do it, and the science behind why it works. Recognizing the value of the time she spent on a national championship-winning dance team as a youth, Dr. Nicole says she learned many life essentials—discipline, persistence, time management, leadership, pushing through discomfort, goal-setting, coping with loss and failure, reliance on a team, performing in front of crowds, and “showing up” with your best. Today, she combines these valuable life skills and lessons with a unique strategy that bears repeating: “I try to see the beauty and gift that is the standard drudgery of day-to-day life. On those truly bad days, I try to fast-forward myself to decades down the road when I’m recounting the ‘story’ of my life. From that perspective, I can see that a life without challenge lacks depth and opportunity for learning and growth. In short, it doesn’t make a very good life story.

"I decided a long time ago I’d try things for myself and decide how hard they are rather than not try something because of its rumored difficulty. Some things actually aren’t as hard as people say." “I feel like my strategy to overcome almost anything is pretty similar regardless of the particulars of the challenge,” she continues. “First, I absolutely refuse to listen to the hype from others about how hard something is going to be. Everyone is different and people struggle with things to varying degrees. I decided a long time ago I’d try things for myself and decide how hard they are rather than not try something because of its rumored difficulty. Some things actually aren’t as hard as people say. I am very stubborn, disciplined, and persistent, so the second part of my strategy is that once I’ve decided to try something, there is no way I’m giving up.”

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women on the move Local author ERIN ODOM’S book, More Than Just Making It: Hope for the Heart of the Financially Frustrated, was released on September 5th and shares her family’s personal journey of overcoming financial hardship. Using everything from grocery saving tips to ways to earn income at home, Erin wants to provide people hope to get out of their own cycles of poverty and struggle. Visit www.thehumbledhomemaker.com.

MICHELLE HOLLAND is

the new Lake Norman Charter Elementary School principal; the school opened in August. Michelle has been with Lake Norman Charter since 2008, serving as middle school principal for eight years. As she prepared to open the new elementary school, Michelle was responsible for hiring the staff, instilling the LNC school culture, and aligning the school’s goals with their strategic areas of focus.

APRIL PERRY, a long-time

employee of Squeegee Pros Window Cleaning and Pressure Washing Company based out of Mooresville, was recently promoted to Office Manager. She brings talent, dedication, and an incredible work ethic to this position. Congratulations to April!

CHARLOTTE FINK with

Lake Norman Realty recently represented TrueLearn, LLC, a leading education technology company, in the lease transaction which brought the Pittsburghbased company’s headquarters to Mooresville.

CONNECT WITH US! Whether you are a woman on the move, looking for events, new businesses in the area, or are willing to contribute your opinion, follow us by visiting www.facebook.com/lakenormanwoman or e-mail leslie@lakenormanwoman.com.

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LAKE NORMAN WOMAN is getting out and about each month, looking for great events and the fabulous and exciting Lake Norman people who are making them happen! So next time you’re at a chamber event, a new business in the area, or just out having fun, look for Lake Norman Woman and our camera. Who knows, you just might

LKNW’s Michele and Dana with Kim Branum, co-owner of the luxury yacht Carolina Grace

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LKNW’s Stephanie with Barbara Norman, owner of LKN Mail Stop & Coffee Shoppe LKNW’s Michele with happy attendees of the Carolina Grace ribbon cutting

LKNW’s Dana with Caroline Bosi of South Lake Women’s Healthcare at the Carolina Grace ribbon cutting

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LKNW’s Dana with Dr. Lindsey Mashburn (left) and Caroline Bosi (right) at the Lake Norman Chamber’s Business After Hours event at South Lake Women’s Healthcare

Cornelius Board of Commissioners candidate Tricia Sisson with Davidson mayoral candidate Rusty Knox at the Lake Norman Chamber’s Business After Hours event at South Lake Women’s Healthcare


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15TH ANNUAL STATESVILLE PUMPKIN FEST

Historic Downtown Statesville 10am to 5pm

Enjoy pumpkin bowling, pumpkin painting, pumpkin pie eating contest, and even pumpkin smashing! Plus kid zone, food and beverage vendors, live entertainment, and classic car cruise-in.

3 Saturday, NOV. 11:

VETERANS DAY PARADE & CEREMONY Downtown Huntersville 9:45am to 2pm

The parade begins at 9:45am, followed by a ceremony honoring local veterans. Event includes food & beverages, live music, and free activities from 12:00pm-2:00pm

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THE SOUTHERN CHRISTMAS SHOW

The Park Expo and Conference Center, 800 Briar Creek Rd., Charlotte Times vary.

Get into the holiday spirit and enjoy this southern tradition with the Dickens-style village and more than 50 shops, holiday designer rooms, freshly cut and decorated Christmas trees, and of course, Santa!

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MOORESVILLE-LAKE NORMAN 5K TURKEY TROT Lake Norman Christian Mission 266 N. Broad Street, Mooresville Registration 8am

Bring your family and join the 6th Annual Mooresville/ Lake Norman Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day and run to help local families with the skills, tools, and support to rise out of poverty. All proceeds support the Mooresville/Lake Norman Christian Mission.

22ND ANNUAL RURAL HILL SHEEPDOG TRIALS & DOG FESTIVAL Rural Hill 4431 Neck Rd., Huntersville 10am to 5pm

Watch champion border collies compete and enjoy heritage breed livestock, hay rides, historic craft and cooking demos, food and beverage vendors, antique tractors, living history demonstrations, pumpkin chunkin’, corn launchin’, kids' activities, and more!


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SHE’S MY HERO:

Dr. Lucretia Berry LKN TOWN:

Huntersville

REASON FOR NOMINATION:

She has impacted me deeply ….Her friendship, her example, and her passion have been transformative in my life and our church.

NOMINATED BY:

Ashley Fazal

She’s a leader.

Lucretia created Brownicity, which encourages courageous thinking and conversations about race.

She inspires.

She is extremely intelligent, but not intimidating. She is passionate, but loving. She is generous with her time and talent. She has encouraged me to look beyond the beliefs I have taken for granted and reconstruct my worldview with knowledge, empathy, and context.

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She unites.

Lucretia promotes oneness among people who have historically been divided by race by promoting practices that produce healing and change, not division.

She believes in love.

Lucretia believes that when race is addressed in the context of love, it loses its power. She believes all children should be free to be who they are designed to be and to hear the voice of their Creator over any social-political construct.

WHO’S YOUR HERO?

If you have an LKNWoman hero in your life, tell us all about her. Email Dana at dana@lakenormanwoman.com with My Hero in the subject line.


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Finding what you are thankful for during times of difficulty is challenging. For my clients that are facing the end of their marriage or, what feels like, a neverending custody dispute, it’s hard to recognize what they’re thankful for. In dealing with a vicious ex, uncertainty of holiday plans, or a decrease in cash flow, it may seem easier to throw in the towel. However, a change in mindset (a different vantage point, if you will) can transform these feelings of hopelessness. I once had a client that was facing the first holiday without his kids tell me that he was grateful the kids would still be able to partake in the former family traditions AND he didn’t have to see his mother-in-law. Now, that’s a positive vantage point!

With change and emotional strife, also comes a time of discovery. I watch my clients struggle to accept new roles as a divorcee or single parent. But, I also see them embrace new hobbies, make new friends, and ease into their new “normal.” Productive change and looking at things on the bright side opens your heart to finding what you are thankful for – even when faced with the most challenging By: Ashley N. Bonomini of circumstances.

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rolls around that most people stop and even think about all they are thankful for. I, myself, am completely guilty of that. I T U S UA L LY I S N ’ T U N T I L T H A N K S G I V I N G

Last year was the first Thanksgiving that I didn’t spend the holiday with my family. Our circumstances just wouldn’t permit it, and I tried to embrace a situation that was beyond my control. With that, I cautiously agreed to cook Thanksgiving dinner by myself— and repeatedly wished I had taken the time to learn to cook from my mother! It would have prevented much frustration as I tried to figure out how to make my grandmother’s traditional sweet potato casserole. By the time dinner made its way to the table, I was mostly thankful we didn’t have to order pizza.

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As I washed the dishes after dinner last Thanksgiving, my then 3-year-old step-daughter danced around the kitchen singing, laughing, and asking when she would get to eat chocolate cake. At that moment, it dawned on me that this was the first Thanksgiving I got to spend with her. In focusing on the negatives that day, I had forgotten what I was truly thankful for until I was reminded by a small human who was most thankful for chocolate cake. This holiday season, we should strive to embrace changes, discard the negative, and remember our blessings. Your Thanksgiving may be different this year than it has been in the past, but you will enjoy your dinner more if you come to it with a thankful heart. Ashley N. Bonomini is an attorney with Lake Norman Law Firm. She dedicates her practice to family law and civil litigation issues. To learn more about Ashley or Lake Norman Law Firm, visit www.lknlawfirm.com or call 704.765.1617.

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“I decided that the world was my oyster,” Lori says, “and I could go anywhere and do anything I wanted.” At 19, she booked a flight to Hawaii, where she met Kevin who was a Lance Corporal in the Marines. Lori and Kevin were soon married and had three children: Zachary, Ashley, and Jamie. While Kevin served in the military for the next 22 years, the couple moved from one duty station to another.

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Even in a small town, living the farm-life, Lori loved doing her hair and makeup. “I would always work hard, but I wanted to look good doing it,” she smiles. Because of frequent relocation and young children, it wasn’t until she was 30 years old that the time was right for enrolling in cosmetology school. “After I got my license, I worked for the Regis Corporation, where I could just transfer when Kevin was transferred to another duty station,” she recalls. Twelve years later, Lori went back to school to obtain her cosmetology instructor’s license. Lori was very pleased when her daughter Ashley decided to follow in her footsteps, saying, “I knew that if I ever opened a salon, I would have something to pass down to our only daughter.” Ashley has also become a co-owner in the company just as Lori anticipated. Zachary followed his father’s path

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Lori Smith THE HAIR BASIN MOORESVILLE, NC

and served seven years in the Marine Corp. Lori and Kevin’s youngest son, Jamie, came to the Lake Norman area in 2014 to attend the NASCAR Technical Institute. “Yes, we followed our child to college and bought a house,” she laughs. “And it was the best decision we have ever made.” Since beauty school, Lori dreamed of owning her own salon. Last January, with the help of her husband’s business sense, Lori opened The Hair Basin in Mooresville. “I feel very fortunate that we were able to open in Mooresville,” she says. “We love the community here.” In life and in business, Lori often refers to the wise advice from her father – don’t look where you’ve been, look where you’re going! Lori kept her eye on her dream for 22 years and saw it to fruition. “Don’t be afraid to give it a try,” she says, “too many people go to the grave never living out their dream.” By: Michelle Love | Photography By: Lisa Crates Photography


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memorable moments

At LKNW LKNW, we believe that we all have a story to tell and that we can all learn from one another. Here are some of our most inspiring moments from women we featured in past issues— because optimism, hopefulness, and encouragement are timeless!

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MIND body spirit BETTER ME

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GRATITUDE DOES A BODY GOOD! By: Julie Mills

HAPPY THANKSGIVING L A K E N O R M A N ! That’s right,

it’s November—the month for reflecting on the many blessings in our lives and giving thanks for them. We have so much to be thankful for but I have to ask myself one question: why only recognize those blessings in November? It’s so easy to get weighed down in the day-to-day stresses of work, family, other obligations, isn’t it?! If I’m thankful this month, maybe I should take time to feel that same gratitude throughout the rest of the year. As it turns out, there are so many reasons for living a life filled with gratitude. Gratitude, as defined by Psychology Today magazine, is “an emotion expressing appreciation for what one has—as opposed to, for example, a consumerdriven emphasis on what one wants.” Research has shown gratitude enhances

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our health in many ways, such as improved mental strength and resilience, healthier self-esteem, and reduced aggression, to name a few. As an exercise professional, I am always looking for ways to help my clients improve their overall health through movement. But I find it interesting that we can improve how our body functions by simply being grateful. Grateful people experience fewer aches and pains and express a general sense of feeling better than others. I see the mind/body connection in my clients every day. When they come in for their Pilates sessions and they are going through a very stressful day, it shows up in how they move. I find clients who are preoccupied with life’s stressful situations have a difficult time focusing on the

movements. When this happens, they may not get the maximum benefit of their session. People who make gratitude a part of their daily lives also take more of an interest in their health and take a more active role in their health, including regular checkups. Just this simple act of regular well checks improves your odds of better health! Grateful people also experience improved sleep, and as we all know, recuperative sleep is essential to good health. We know that our bodies (and minds) need to rest and recover from the day’s activities so that we can get up the next day and do it all over again. I know, as a movement professional, that our muscles need to recover, but resting our minds is just as important. Living a life in gratitude can be as simple as taking 5 minutes at the beginning or end of the day to reflect on your life’s blessings, such as a beautiful sunrise or sunset. It can be a more detailed practice, if you like, such as meditation or keeping a gratitude journal. Some people would call it stopping and smelling the roses … so here’s to year-long gratitude and good health in mind, body, and spirit! Julie Mills is the owner and a certified Pilates instructor at Progressive Pilates, LLC, in Cornelius. For more information, visit www.progressive-pilates.com or call 704.987.5005.

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THE MIND, BODY, AND SPIRIT ARE INTIMATELY CONNECTED. Because unhealthy thoughts and emotions can create a vicious cycle that leads to unhealthy physical patterns, we can choose a victorious path that includes a positive, healing, uplifting spiral. By mixing the ingredients of attitude and action, we can change the flavor of our own lives. Learn to nurture your body and soul to lead a more balanced life.


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Lake Norman Woman Magazine November 2017