So, once again summer is coming to an end and I still haven't found a full time position. I've been applying in my area and out of state about 6+ hours away. I know there is definitely a possibility of landing something within the next two weeks. I even have a couple interviews lined up. However, my concerns are growing about the amount of time I would have between getting a job (if I do) and starting if end up relocating .... Let's say I accept a job sometime this week. That would leave me less than a week until PD meetings and less than two weeks until school starting..... Within that time I would have to find an apartment that is a available asap, get approved, move, set up my classroom and start planning. I've never moved before and never had a full time classroom before. Am I biting off more than I can chew in this situation? Is doing all of that within one/two weeks even realistic?? When I started applying out of state I pictured at least a month to be able to do all of this stuff. Those of you who relocated, did you have a lot of time to move etc? What was your experience?