Usually when someone says they’re “living the dream,” there’s a touch of irony in their tone. Not so with Brentwood native, Beth Neuroth. Beth never gave up on her’s, making this month’s Real Wife of Brentwood living proof that living the dream, IS all it’s cracked up to be.
BL: Who and what lives in your house?
BN: My husband Paul and our three kids: Nick, 16; Olivia, 14; and Max, 12. And our two pugs, Aubrey and Pearl.
BL: Do you work outside the home?
BN: I do! I work at Barbour 3. It’s by far the coolest barbershop in town!
BL: Where is your hometown and how long have you lived here?
BN: Brentwood is my hometown! I grew up in Brenthaven on Wikle Road. My mom taught in FSSD so I went to elementary school there, and then attended Northside Junior High (BMS) and was in the first freshman class when Brentwood High School opened! Class of 1986! Go Bruins!!
BL: What’s on the floor of your car right now?
BN: An umbrella
BL: What is your guilty-food pleasure?
BN: If you know me at all you know my only guilty pleasure is a Sonic Route 44 Sweet Tea with extra lemon.
BL: What is the title of the last book you read?
BN: Slow Way Home by Michael Morris
BL: What is the best thing about living in Brentwood?
BN: The best thing about living in Brentwood is its convenience, its sense of community and watching it evolve!
BL: What shows do you watch?
BN: I love a good documentary! Bastards of Baseball, Muscle Shoals, Making a Murderer and any 30 for 30.
FL: What is your favorite cocktail?
BN: Sweet Tea with extra lemon
FL: What is your favorite sports team?
BN: University of Tennessee Football.
FL: Where did you attend college?
BN: I attended Tennessee Tech for a year-and-a-half, then transferred to MTSU and graduated in 1990. Most recently I attended The Aveda Institute where I earned my cosmetology degree.
FL: Tell us something about yourself that others may not know.
BN: I have always known that I wanted to be a cosmetologist but it wasn’t until I was 47 that I was able to make that dream come true. I am so thankful to have been given the opportunity to finally live out my passion.
Photography Cameron Premo