Educators don’t talk about money, right? Well, these do! Learn about current and former educators writing about personal finance from a variety of perspectives.
We need great teachers in the profession! Most teacher hiring processes still include an interview component. This is your time to impress your future colleagues and supervisors. Yet, interviews can be daunting, and even unfair for some. I’ve provided this list of teacher interview questions to help you prepare in advance and represent yourself well. […]
This may be the most subdued declaration of financial independence ever, but it’s launching us into a new phase of the journey.
Moments. We all have memorable ones, both good and bad. We instinctively recognize that these things define us. Hitting rock bottom. Achieving a pinnacle. That time our parents said something that always stuck with us. Moments impact us…
You’ve been asked to write another letter of recommendation for a teacher colleague. You want to be supportive but are already behind on so many other things. Fortunately, you can write a great letter of recommendation for a teacher (or other educator) quickly. Let me show you how. It’s no exaggeration to say that I’ve […]
Over 18 months we made a series of choices to reduce our monthly housing expenses. Here’s the results. Spoiler – 80% reduction!
Fear has had a dramatic impact on my life. It can be crushing and hold you back, but it can also be used productively. . .
In many cities, teachers are being priced out of the housing market. This is horrible for the profession, and for schools. Our schools benefit when teachers live in the community and are connected with the families they serve. Unfortunately, housing costs make owning impossible for too many teachers. Ever-increasing rents drive living expenses higher and […]
I’ve made mistakes. Picked the wrong option, turned down the wrong path, lost money in investments. You will, too. It is impossible to get everything right. The thing is – you don’t need to be perfect to make progress.
The new year school year is approaching fast and you don’t have a teaching job yet. You’re starting to get nervous. You really want a stable long-term position, but it may not be in the cards this year. You’re asking, “should I take a temporary teaching job?”