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Burning and Turning Pages: Learning a lesson on Self-Worth

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My oldest kid, little Miss Philosopher has been learning a lesson in 1st grade on self-worth.  She absolutely loves reading.  We live in a little starter home. So, she shares a room and a bunk bed with little Mr. Philosopher (our second of three kids).  When they go to bed, the lights get turned off and she breaks out her owl nightlight lamp so that she can stay up reading for hours in her…Read more

Will I be able to retire? The Mice and Money Model

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TPP Note: This is a Guest Post by Mouse. Mouse, who you can follow on twitter, is a self-described husband (to a doctor), father, engineer, and finance blogger.  He spends a lot of time building these awesome money models to predict the chances people have at successfully reaching their goals.  Today, we will see Mouse’s money model for my plan: The Physician Philosopher Plan.  Hopefully, we will be…Read more

The June Monthly Checkout: June 15th, 2018

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In medicine, we have to handover care to the medical providers coming behind us.  Just like we run the list to “check out” on the patients we are taking care of, we will run a list of articles I think are worth your time to read.  Today, we will discuss The June Monthly Checkout.

The link to each author’s name is their twitter handle so that you can follow them for new content, while the…Read more

The Greatest Wrinkle in Time: Blinded By the Lights

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We’ve all been in the tunnel.  It’s dark and dreary.  There never seems to be an end to it.  So, we just keep on walking; hoping at some point to see the light.  It’s subtle at first, until at some point we keep walking and the light gets brighter and brighter. At some point, likely because we’ve focused on it for so long, the light becomes blinding.  Our goal that we have fought so…Read more

A Tale of Two Doctors: The First Paycheck

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Remember how strange it was seeing a number that large in your bank account after your first “real” paycheck? After years of being paid as a resident, it seemed a bit surreal.  Yet, it is exactly at this moment that you make some of the biggest financial choices of your life.  Come join Dr. Jones and Dr. EFI (Early Financial Independence) as they show you the importance of the decisions you make in your…Read more

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Burning and Turning Pages: Learning a lesson on Self-Worth

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My oldest kid, little Miss Philosopher has been learning a lesson in 1st grade on self-worth.  She absolutely loves reading.  We live in a little starter home. So, she…Read more

Will I be able to retire? The Mice and Money Model

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TPP Note: This is a Guest Post by Mouse. Mouse, who you can follow on twitter, is a self-described husband (to a doctor), father,…Read more

The June Monthly Checkout: June 15th, 2018

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In medicine, we have to handover care to the medical providers coming behind us.  Just like we run the list to “check out” on the patients we are taking…Read more

The Greatest Wrinkle in Time: Blinded By the Lights

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We’ve all been in the tunnel.  It’s dark and dreary.  There never seems to be an end to it.  So, we just keep on walking; hoping at some point…Read more

A Tale of Two Doctors: The First Paycheck

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Remember how strange it was seeing a number that large in your bank account after your first “real” paycheck? After years of being paid as a resident, it seemed…Read more

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