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Heather E

Heather E
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Heather has called the Fort Worth area home for more than 25 years, after growing up as an Army brat and preacher’s kid. She’s married to her college sweetheart, Chris (Sic ‘Em Bears). They’re parents to three teens – Collin (age 21), Cooper (age 19), and Caris (age 15). Heather is an adoption social worker and her first book Chase the Kingdom: Finding Purpose Through the book of Esther was published in September 2019. She’s passionate about God’s Word, long conversations over a cup of coffee, cheering on other moms, and her organization Box Club, a community of moms learning to flourish with emptying nests.
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Raising Someone’s Husband

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I will always be his mom. My job description has always been to raise adults who can pursue their own dreams and purposes. I want to be a mom who can take a step back, welcome their spouses, and find joy in new roles.
It's hard to find a balance between working and being mom.

Managing the Business of Work and Family

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Along with the above strategies, juggling entrepreneurship, motherhood, and marriage requires game plans. Everyone has to find the technique that works for them, but here’s what works for me.
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Valentine Reflections for My Teens

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Mom guilt would strike at the most random times, and I would wonder if I should force the issue of sibling scavenger hunts and heart-shaped food?
Bullet journals can help plan your schedule.

The Basics of Bullet Journaling

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Trying to find my “brain dump” notes on my phone was one of the things I disliked the most about tracking things digitally. If a bullet journal was going to work, I needed to be able to find each section easily without thumbing through the whole notebook.
Wear masks inside your home when isolating for COVID.

Tips for a COVID Quarantine

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No matter where you fall personally on your thoughts on COVID, consider the heroes in healthcare and other essential workers. For their sake, please don’t be cavalier about compliance.
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Raising the Next Generation of Voters

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Take your kids with you to vote, wearing your masks, and standing in line. Teach that it’s a privilege to be part of our political system, and model the importance of treating other people with kindness and respect, even when we disagree. Common decency and courtesy should not be a lost art.
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Elementary Moms :: Being Your Child’s Advocate

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I started the meeting by asking if I might give some perspective, noting that I had failed to offer them important insight to my child. Instead of assuming they knew what I did, I asked if they would allow me to help them understand my child so we could all work toward solutions.