Business women enjoy garden tea party

Published 9:12 am Thursday, September 7, 2017

In May, Davie Business Women’s Association member Laura Mathis, owner of Herbal Accents and Mrs. Laura’s Rolls & Treats, hosted an outdoor tea party at her home in Farmington.

She served finger sandwiches on Mrs. Laura’s famous rolls and desserts. She also had fresh herbs available to purchase.

Jade Hoots of Advance was the speaker for the June meeting. She juggles a full-time career with motherhood and family life.

Her love of fashion led her to join LuLaRoe as an independent fashion consultant. LuLaRoe allows Mrs. Hoots to combine her love of fashion with helping others. She’s able to interact with women face to face through pop-up boutiques like at DBWA meeting and on Facebook through live shows.

Her keys to success: “When you believe in yourself that is the first key to success, take action, and knowing that the locks are always changing and if it was easy everyone would do it.”

Most recently, Suzie Muller, a Davie native, spoke about looking your best. She is a mother of three and full-time elementary school teacher who has little time to look her best.

DBWA members as well as most women want effortless flawless skin and lip color that does not fade, she said. She introduced members to SeneGence skin care and cosmetics. LipSence is one of the most popular products. It offers lasting waterproof lip color, does not kiss-off, smear-off or budge-off for up to 18 hours. members tested LipSence and other products. Follow Mrs. Muller on Facebook at Suzie’s Skincare Secrets.

Usually, DBWA meets the first Wednesday of each month excluding July and December at Suntrust Bank in Mocksville starting at noon. It also holds business spotlights to highlight businesses owned and/or operated by members on the third Monday of each month. Join DBWA Facebook page for more information.