People of Fenton: English teacher Heather Mulligan

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People of Fenton: English teacher Heather Mulligan

“My piece of advice is a paraphrase of advice that Ralph Waldo Emerson gave in one of his essays. At the end of each day be done with it, that they’ve done their best and the next day they should just start over again. I think this fits everyday generally, like as a parent, sometimes I do a great job and sometimes I don’t but, we learn from things and we move on. As long as we are trying to do our best, I think we have to be kind to ourselves.”

“My piece of advice is a paraphrase of advice that Ralph Waldo Emerson gave in one of his essays. At the end of each day be done with it, that they’ve done their best and the next day they should just start over again. I think this fits everyday generally, like as a parent, sometimes I do a great job and sometimes I don’t but, we learn from things and we move on. As long as we are trying to do our best, I think we have to be kind to ourselves.”

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“My piece of advice is a paraphrase of advice that Ralph Waldo Emerson gave in one of his essays. At the end of each day be done with it, that they’ve done their best and the next day they should just start over again. I think this fits everyday generally, like as a parent, sometimes I do a great job and sometimes I don’t but, we learn from things and we move on. As long as we are trying to do our best, I think we have to be kind to ourselves.”

PHOTO Regina Pauly

PHOTO Regina Pauly

“My piece of advice is a paraphrase of advice that Ralph Waldo Emerson gave in one of his essays. At the end of each day be done with it, that they’ve done their best and the next day they should just start over again. I think this fits everyday generally, like as a parent, sometimes I do a great job and sometimes I don’t but, we learn from things and we move on. As long as we are trying to do our best, I think we have to be kind to ourselves.”

Regina Pauly, Social Media Director

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