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Let’s be honest, nobody is ever ready for back to school. While I don’t have kids, my wife is a teacher. Since the beginning of school, it has been non-stop routines and schedules. Gone are the spontaneous trips. They are now replaced with hours of lesson planning and grading. Despite these routines, things are no less simple in our day to day lives, so when we find a program that takes a bit of stress off our plate, we tend to take full advantage.

Our routine throughout the school year surrounds a bit of normalcy. We fall into the pattern of our evening dinners, weekends together and gatherings with friends. There are also the non-fun parts of it, like cleaning the house, paying bills, grading papers, writing curriculum and working out budgets.

Yea…budgets. So many services these days fluctuate their prices based on demand and a whole slew of other parameters. That means we don’t always get it right when it comes to the expected payout. CenturyLink is stepping up with an incredible Price For Life program that has caught our eye.

To find a service that we already love bringing one simple, set bill every month helps with budgeting and stress. It is one last area we need to worry about. No contract, no bundling needed, no rate hikes and no promotional pricing.

The best part? It’s even saving us money. Before we had to jump from promotion to promotion with fluctuating bills. Now we are saving $10 a month with the exact same services we received before. The only change has been the money spent. And even if you don’t have kids in school, fall is the time things start to normalize after a busy summer of travel and fun.

So with one last thing to worry about crossed off our list, even something as small but no less important as internet access, it’s always nice to see a few extra dollars in the bank than before.

Richard Melick
About the Author

Co-founder and Editor of FactoryTwoFour.com. I am a writer and photographer with global travel ambitions. I never shy from a new recipe, adventure, or experience. I write about what I love.

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