Spring Break is a rite of passage? Students go to Daytona Beach, Florida, Galveston, Texas or Palm Springs, California to just name a few places. Some may go to the snow in Colorado, Utah or Vermont. Others go home, stay out late or just sleep in. Some even volunteer to perform community work such as Habitat for Humanity. What are you doing?
Did you ever wonder what the teachers do? I know I didn’t! Now that I am a teacher, I will share some of my more interesting adventures. This is a great time to travel, but not to the places I mentioned. Last year I went to New Orleans and this year San Francisco. Unlike the students, everything revolved around food. This year was filled with family and relaxation. Last year was a little more adventurous because it was my first time to New Orleans. The rest of Spring Break was filled with repairs, doctor visit and stuff I never have time for when I am working. Boring? Maybe, but it is real life.
Whether you are a teacher or student, it gets down to choices. You can travel or not, but it is your choice. Fortunately, I found some of the best articles of the week. This makes a good segue to today’s picks for Friday Night Links.
The following articles caught my attention:
My Multiple Streams – What if You Can’t Pay your Taxes?
Invest in the Markets – When Hot Stocks Reach New 52 Week Highs
Money Q & A – The Dangers of 401K Loans And Your Retirement
Prairie Eco Thrifter – Passive Index Investing for our Portfolio
The Frugal Toad – Where to Find Financial Aid for College Tuition
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I read more than five hundred (500) articles a week and I highlight just five (5) in my Friday Night Links. Big banks or credit unions all brought down by the U.S. Mail! Thank you for reading Friday Night Links Spring Break Edition.
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