Our Mission to Empower Educators
We help educators take control of their financial future by
building a sustainable income stream through blogging.
Here’s What I Know…
- While supervising clubs, coaching sports, or advising student activities are options, those side hustles often take up a lot of your time for little pay.
- When teachers blog regularly, even when their blog isn’t about education, your students benefit.
- Every teacher should give yourself an hour a day to do something that lights you up.
- If you can handle a 21st century classroom, you can handle the tech of a blog.
Teachers have an infinite number of choices when it comes to side hustles, so what make blogging so perfect for teachers?
Blogging is the only business has all 4 qualities of an ideal teacher side hustle:
- Allows for flexible hours
- Utilizes your teaching skills
- Lets you be your own boss
- Provides multiple streams of income
Where do I start?
If you’re new to blogging, check out these blogcasts for first steps you can take to get started.
Be Part of the Community
In the Side Hustle Teachers Facebook group you’ll find like-minded people who are in all stages of building a business. As a member you’re welcome to ask and answer questions, engage in prompts to grow your blog, and find kindred spirits who truly understand the path you’re on.
Whether you’re considering blogging as a side hustle or just aren’t sure how to get started, this free training is for you!
Together we’ll cover:
- How to know if blogging is the right side hustle for you
- What it takes to be a successful blogger
- My 5-step framework for building a sustainably profitable blog
Meet the Teacher behind Side Hustle Teachers
I’m Stacey! Teacher, mom, and blogger. I started my blogging journey in 2012 and now I’m on a mission to help other teachers discover the joy of earning passive income through blogging.
I’ve been teaching for 20 years and understand the challenges that come along with being an educator with a side hustle. I created Side Hustle Teachers to be the go-to place for teachers who want to make money outside the classroom without burning themselves out.
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