It’s easy to forget the privilege inherent in pursuing the path to FI. Frugality, poverty, bootstraps, luck and the importance of stories.
Poor teacher? Starving artist? A middle school music teacher busts both those myths in this interview!
Real side hustles used by real educators to make worthwhile extra income. Part 4 in the Educator Income Series.
A teacher raises 4 boys on her own while building a path to financial independence in Australia.
A look at how location can impact educator income. Which states pay the most (and least) once cost-of-living is factored in?
She’s taken control of her own finances AND sets her students on the right financial path.
How educators can grow income while focusing on the job they love.
A career ed assistant who never made more than $30k at her day job, partners with family and time to achieve financial independence.
Educators are NOT doomed to poverty. The first in a series on educator income options. Exploring the career ladder.
A high school teacher finds FI after a business failure and asks the community for some guidance.
A classic learning theory applied to the search for financial independence.
A pension is potentially a great asset for retirement. Yet, you are wise to be cautious. 4 ways to balance the risk and benefit.
Educators work to prepare our economic and civic future. They deserve to be wealthy. Let’s make it happen.
I can’t stand those “10 Gifts Teachers Hate” lists. Here’s why.
How my partner and I got on the same page. It changed everything.
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