Wendy Stephens’ mantra “get back to it” has changed her life for the better, and she gives Paisley Magazine most of the credit. Encouraging herself to do more, she is now off the sofa and out meeting new and interesting friends, like the ones she met at December’s Paisley Partini, whom she now shops and dines with. “It’s true, Paisley is the catalyst—you all have inspired me,” she exclaimed!
Raised in Brunswick and married to Eric Stephens for 24 years, Wendy has two daughters, Olivia and Emily. She worked more than two decades as a local first-grade schoolteacher and reluctantly retired two years ago after brain surgery. In addition, she also lives with chronic Scleroderma. Full of humbleness and gratitude, she worked diligently for six months in cognitive and occupational rehab therapies. Now, at age 50, Wendy is pursuing opportunities to “get back” to her new lifestyle.
At Serendipity Spa-lon, a trio of cosmetology experts joined forces to plan Wendy’s day of relaxation and rejuvenation. On deck were an anti-aging natural facial, dimensional hair color, a makeup session and manicure.