Heather Schulte is a freelance writer based in the Midwest. She writes web content for a variety of publications such as Suite101, eHow, Squidoo, BrightHub, Life123, and she is the Special Needs Parenting Examiner for the Topeka area.
Schulte writes about working from home, living green, crochet, knitting, making recycled crafts, organic gardening and preserving food. When she is not freelancing from home, Schulte works as a part-time information technology professional for the State of Kansas.
Schulte has a Bachelors of Science in Business with dual majors in Accounting and Computer Information Systems. Schulte has an employment background in general accounting, tax audit and computer programming. Much of the inspiration behind Schulte's writing comes from her family.
Schulte is a mother of four boys, ranging in age from 21 to 8. Her oldest two boys are grown. Her youngest son, whom is 8-years-old, was adopted from foster-care and has Down Syndrome. He shares that condition with Schulte's 9-year old biological child who also has Down Syndrome.
In caring for the special needs of her youngest two children, Schulte developed a special interest in healthy foods. She sees what a difference a healthy diet and a green lifestyle makes in their overall health. She admits to being a health food nut.