The last day of school is right around the corner, and your kids are taking their end-of-year exams. Summer vacation is approaching! While summer might mean a short break to most teachers, for some it means three months of no pay.
Whether you’re looking to save up for a big trip this summer, or you’re just trying to ensure a steady income, I am going to show you how you can save $6,000 by making just a few small changes during the school year.
How to Survive a Summer Without Pay
Here’s an excerpt:
The weather is starting to heat up, teachers are preparing for end-of-year exams, and kids are becoming restless. This can only mean one thing. Summer vacation is almost here. When the bell rings on the last day of school, the students will rush to the buses and the school year will be officially over. After months of grading papers late at night and coming up with lesson plans on your weekends you deserve a break, right?
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