Brooke Allison is a freelance writer living in New Mexico with her husband. When she’s not writing, she’s exploring all that the Southwest has to offer.
Grammarly Review 2023: Should You Go Premium?
There are different grammar checkers online available online in 2023, free and paid, and Grammarly is one of the best-known ones. The platform offers a free and premium version. The premium version will run you $29.95 a month currently unless you bundle months together to get a discounted rate. Read on for our Grammarly review […] More
How to Save for Your First Down Payment on a Teacher’s Salary
With rising real estate prices across the board, not to mention in locations with a high cost of living already, buying your first home can seem daunting. You may be planning on buying your first home in a few years, but using these tips today will help you slowly start to save for that first […] More
8 Tax Saving Tips for Educators
With tax season upon us, you may be crunching numbers, collecting tax documents, and wondering about a possible refund. There are a few ways for you as a teacher to potentially receive even more of a tax refund! Learn how with these 8 Tax Saving Tips for Educators. 1) Educator Expense Deduction Educators who teach […] More
Every Teacher Should Know About This Side Hustle
So you’re a teacher and you spend tons of time pouring over lesson plans, activities, and resources for the young minds you’re teaching. Whether you’re the super creative who does this daily or an occasional designer of a worksheet here or there, you have the potential to make some side money. How you may be […] More
5 Years to Debt Free: Two Married Teachers Make the Journey
One second. That’s all it takes for the student debt in the United States to increase by $3000. After graduation, that monthly payment makes the list, plus any credit card debt, an auto loan, and potentially a mortgage. As students leave school and enter the never ending cycle of debt, a newly married couple, both […] More