I have one semester to go and I'm on track to graduate in May with my Master's in Teaching and dual certs in Preschool-3rd and Special Ed. I've had doubts about teaching all the way through my program, in fact it took about 3 yrs to even decide on what to my grad program in If it were not for financial problems, I probably wouldn't be as stressed out about at least making it through one more semester, but I know student teaching is hard, and I'm really worried about making it through if I feel like my heart isn't even 100% in it AND I'm constantly stressed out about money. I mean, literally right now, we have nothing. I have NO clothes for student teaching, no bills paid, and it's hard even finding the money to buy food. It's bad. My husband makes money in the summer landscaping, but in the winter, he barely makes anything, and I didn't work last semester, because I had 3 classes on top of student teaching p/t. I just started subbing as soon as classes ended, but won't be able to make much before I go back to school. I don't know what I'd do permanently, but I have thought about seeing if I could postpone my last semester, and sub for now, so I could at least make some money right now, and maybe save some. What do you think? I am so stressed and tired of being stressed. And subbing is pretty stressful, too. And the thought of teaching and doing lesson plans and having NO money and all the stress like now, just stresssssssses me out. I don't know how much more I can take!