Hello! I am

Cynthia STohr.

Speech Language Pathologist and Freelance Digital Marketer

I believe teacher salary and financial freedom can co-exist. Teachers (and school professionals) deserve more.

My Story

About Me.

Day to day, I make a difference with kids and families. I love my profession and what I do. I strongly believe teachers and public school specialists are among the most valuable contributors to our society. But let’s face it, the choice to work in the public schools comes with the expectation of a lower salary and a level of financial sacrifice. Teacher salary and financial freedom are phrases that don’t often appear in the same sentence.

I have a wonderful marriage and two fantastic children. And, like most families, my husband and I struggled to keep up with it all. Between kids sports, extracurricular activities, saving for college, house repairs, groceries, car repairs, medical bills. . . the list of expenses seemed never ending and we found ourselves living paycheck to paycheck. Every time we thought we were getting ahead, something happened to set us back. Salary freezes, unexpected expenses, rising health insurance costs. . . we lived with the frustration of spending our money just to survive and not having enough money to do the things we wanted for our children and our family. We strived to do better but the financial stress took a toll. Credit card balances rose, savings declined, emotional stress increased and we needed to find a way out.

Just when we were losing hope, we took the single most significant step towards climbing our way out of debt and starting on the path towards financial freedom. I wish we knew about it sooner. . . and hope to share my story so you can begin your path sooner. Because teacher salary and financial freedom can co-exist. And teachers deserve more.

My Story

About Me.

Day to day, I make a difference with kids and families. I love my profession and what I do. I strongly believe teachers and public school specialists are among the most valuable contributors to our society. But let’s face it, the choice to work in the public schools comes with the expectation of a lower salary and a level of financial sacrifice. Teacher salary and financial freedom are phrases that don’t often appear in the same sentence.


I have a wonderful marriage and two fantastic children. And, like most families, my husband and I struggled to keep up with it all. Between kids sports, extracurricular activities, saving for college, house repairs, groceries, car repairs, medical bills. . . the list of expenses seemed never ending and we found ourselves living paycheck to paycheck. Every time we thought we were getting ahead, something happened to set us back. Salary freezes, unexpected expenses, rising health insurance costs. . . we lived with the frustration of spending our money just to survive and not having enough money to do the things we wanted for our children and our family. We strived to do better but the financial stress took a toll. Credit card balances rose, savings declined, emotional stress increased and we needed to find a way out.


Just when we were losing hope, we took the single most significant step towards climbing our way out of debt and starting on the path towards financial freedom. I wish we knew about it sooner. . . and hope to share my story so you can begin your path sooner. Because teacher salary and financial freedom can co-exist. And teachers deserve more.

To Get in Touch

Contact Me.

info@cynthiastohr.com

(720) 730-6477

info@cynthiastohr.com

(720) 730-6477

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