Being an algebra teacher is arguably 1 of the hardest professions anyone could pursue… When I was in middle school, the algebra teachers were always irritable and crabby! I thought it was just something that came with trying to teach middle schoolers, since they’re always a rowdy bunch! Now that boyfriend has become a middle school algebra teacher, I can clearly see why these mentors become so frustrated! I’d be flustered too if i had to be capable of teaching children how to solve word concerns. However, I will say that I’m reaping some benefits from my partner being an algebra teacher… For example, he and I recently dealt with our outdoor cooling system component splitting down, which happened because neither of us were maintaining a large open space for the component to circulate air. When he and I were shopping for a new outdoor cooling system unit, the two of us were told by some of the professionals at multiple hardware stores that we needed to buy 1 based on the square footage of our lake house. I’m cheerful they told us this, because I was ready to buy a 5-ton cooling system unit! Anyway, my boyfriend and I had no idea what the square footage of our lake house would be. So my ever-clever guy grabbed a tape measure and some painter’s tape, and used the painter’s tape to create rectangular sections of our lake house. He then calculated the surface area of each section, added them together, and boom! We had our exact square footage, and knew to grab a 2-ton cooling system unit, then can you feel that? We would’ve been wasting a ton of money if my boyfriend and I bought a 5-ton cooling system unit, as we’d hear the cooling system clicking on and off all through the afternoon and night.