The Monthly Checkout: December 2019 Every month, I like to highlight some noteworthy posts that...
Month: December 2019
When you join the personal finance community and start seeking financial independence, frugality becomes second nature. This can make spending tough. When is it okay to loosen the purse strings and enjoy some of your hard work? After you read this post, you’ll have some handy guidelines…
Over the last year, I’ve created a 10-week personal finance curriculum for the 4th year med students at Wake. If you’ve ever thought about doing something similar, here are 5 questions you should ask yourself before getting started.
If you’ve ever considered part-time work, here is your chance to live vicariously through Physician on FIRE. Dig in as he explains what it was like for him going part-time for six months. Was it worth it? Read on to find out.
Money is the number 1 cause of stress in America. Most often, this stress is caused by mortgage, student loan, and consumer debt. If you are wondering how to pay off your debt, this post will help.
The last 12 months have been some of the hardest of my life. This led me to ask for more time off from work. Was the time off worth it? What benefits and consequences came from this decision? Read on to find out.
Most employers automatically place your investments into one of their Target Date Funds. Is this these funds the right investment for you? Read this post to find out.
Far too often we limit ourselves through our own beliefs. They prevent us from achieving our dreams and accomplishing our goals. You aren’t too busy. That’s just an excuse. The truth provides much more freedom. Come find out more in today’s post.
The best advice is specific to each person’s situation. Come take a peak as I discuss two people’s situations and how I gave opposite advice to each of them. Why would I do such a thing? Personal finances are personal.
Life today can be exceptionally busy. We spend all of our time looking for contentment while the busyness often prevents our ability to find it. Here are 9 ways that I’ve found to be present in the moments that are most important.
Do you have any remaining debt? If you are like most physicians, of course you do! Here are ten guiding principles for debt management of all sorts packed into a single post.
From personal finance topics to those on burnout, this month’s monthly checkout is a Belated Thanksgiving Edition. Also, don’t miss the update at the end of the post… it hasn’t been all rainbows and unicorns at The Physician Philosopher this year.