Toby Keith may lament he’s not “as good as I once was,”and John Cougar Mellencamp may want to “hold on to 16,” or at least that’s what they say in their songs, but the women of Lake Norman are proof that life just keeps getting better and better. With life experience comes wisdom, and we’re asking area women to share what they’ve learned on the topics of lifestyle, attitude, beauty, self-confidence, relationships, and, yes, getting older. WHAT’S THE ONE SKILL EVERY WOMAN SHOULD HAVE? How to cook
a few signature dishes really well.
WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE THE YOUNGER YOU? It’s never too
early to start planning for your financial future. Invest at least 10 percent of every paycheck. The key to accumulating wealth is to start early and stick with it.
HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN IT’S TIME TO WALK AWAY? When the
other party just isn’t listening or doesn’t care … don’t waste your time or breath. WHAT DID YOU LEARN FROM YOUR MOM? Growing up, I wasn’t allowed
to play outside with my friends until I practiced the piano and finished my homework, so she taught me timemanagement and organizational skills at an early age.
WHAT IS THE ONE THING YOU HOPE YOUR CHILDREN LEARN FROM YOU?
what i know NOW!
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Suzanne MEYER By: Dana Nieters
| MAY 2017
President & Founder of The Welcome Committee; and sponsorship consultant for the Town of Cornelius PARC Department (I founded the first job, the second found me!) LKN TOWN:
It is my hope that they continue to find their passion, to be an encouragement to others, and to continue giving back to the community to help make a difference. WHAT ADVENTURE CHANGED YOUR LIFE? When I was 22 years old, I was
tired of living in the frigid Northeast, so I packed my car and drove to West Palm Beach, Florida. I found an apartment and a job as a conference center manager with Hilton Hotels Corporation. I lived there for ten years and met so many amazing friends, including my husband!
May 2017 Lake Norman Woman