Financial well-being is very important. It means having security and freedom of choice in the future. It’s sometimes difficult to establish good financial planning habits.
Thanks to my time as an expat teacher in Qatar and Dubai, I have saved six figures, which I have used to purchase 2 beautiful properties (a 4-bedroomed house in my home country and a 3-bed apartment in Spain), start a profitable investment portfolio, complete my Masters, travel the world, and this year leave teaching and focus fulltime on my own career and financial empowerment coaching business.
This course is for teachers who want to know how to get on the property ladder – FAST – and want to know how to achieve financial freedom!
Nobody enters the teaching profession to become a millionaire – we know that money is not necessarily the main reward with teaching. It can be a secure and pensionable job – but not one that provides financial freedom.
As you may know by now, I’ve recently announced that I am moving to teach in Dubai in the UAE this August. I had planned to begin my teaching journey in the UAE in September of last year, however, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, things didn’t go to plan!
I can remember the excitement the summer I finished my Professional Masters in Education (PME). I was on Pinterest looking up “colourful classrooms”, “rainbow classrooms”, “classroom hacks”. I wanted to do it all!
There is nothing more exciting than seeing the Christmas decorations go up, and especially this year, I think we all need them!
With that said, there are plenty of ways to make your classroom festive on a budget!
Here are my top 5 ways of doing just that.
Nobody enters the teaching profession to become a millionaire – we know that money is not necessarily the main reward with teaching.
It can be a secure and pensionable permanent job – but not one that provides financial freedom or other options.
Often, we think “I only earn a teacher’s salary” and therefore it rules things out for us. Teachers often think it will take them a very long time to get on the property ladder… and even longer to be mortgage-free.