We are delighted about the huge milestone (and major pay raise), and now the real work begins…
Back home, like many millennials, he is in search of a new career, his life purpose and next steps. Concerned about what’s in store, our millennials need us more than ever. Let’s make a promise to support our sons and daughters through their transition, despite the fact that many have been unable to find work and face insurmountable housing costs even in our growing economy.
College Coach, Luanne Lee, a regular contributor, reminds us: Save and Prepare – college costs are rising. Moreover, if your star student is not intentional about where to go to college based on interests and costs, you might otherwise be wasting time and money. Remember, as Luanne would say, “it is never too early to start planning for college.”
Our Cover WOMAN, Linda Coleman, MD, invites us to look internally. The Internist at Primary Care serves patients with her Mentor/Dad, Dr. John Coleman from their office in Sterling, VA. The dynamic father-daughter medical providers have served the community with optimal health care for over 50 years, collectively.
Spring looks beautiful in color from Cyndy Porter, and Elaine Gibson has healthy tips. Our business experts, Valerie Kaiser, Certified Financial Planner and legal expert, Dawn Dale, of Keystone shares the value of wills and trusts in VA – in your best interests.
Always excited about spring and the warm CHANGE in the air, I happily invite you to enjoy and educate yourself in this season’s issue! With warm weather approaching, I look forward to seeing you “out and about” in Loudoun, on the web, www.loudounwomanmagazine.com,
Facebook, LinkedIn and soon to be launched your Extreme Excellence Essentials.
Happy Spring! Happy Happy!