Emerson had it right. I tried a lot of things that didn’t work. I blamed my thyroid. I blamed my situation. Only after changing my thoughts could I change my life.
Month: August 2020
The Physician on FIRE is interviewed by a big-time blog on two of his favorite topics: stealth wealth and financial independence. Read the extensive Q&A!
In today’s guest post you’re going to learn all about how to not get trapped in a bad contract. Make sure you’re in the contact that suits your needs!
Have you ever wondered whether you should pay down debt or invest? That’s a problem of the past! Medical Degree to Financially Free is now on sale year-round. MDFF will provide you the step-by-step guide to help you figure it all out.
Telemedicine isn’t a new concept but it’s become more well known given the world’s current events. Learn how you can get started.
Have you ever have the opportunity to buy a new car? There are lots of pit falls and obstacles that are placed in your way during the process. This post is here to help you figure out how to do it right.
Are you one of the many doctors who struggle with the Diderot effect? In the 1700s a French Philosopher learned about keeping up with the Joneses the hard way. In fact, he was such an example that The Diderot Effect was named after him. Keep reading to find out if you struggle with it, too!
You’ve all heard about my experience with burnout by now. I’m very passionate about the topic. In today’s guest post, Gayle Morris talks about some ways you can avoid burnout and take your life back.
Driving a cheap, old car can teach important financial lessons to a teenager. We could have bought brand new but what message would that have sent?
If you aren’t familiar with the history of the CGM Fund you’re going to learn all about it’s rise and fall. You’ll also learn why chasing returns is a sure way to lose.
Investing money for your kid’s college education can be a tough choice. Should you do it at all? If you do, what’s the best way? Are there any hacks for this sort of thing? All this and more in today’s post.
Let’s be real. People talk about emergency funds all the time, but not how to use them. How do we go about using money we have saved (and don’t like to touch) without overwhelming stress? Keep reading to find out.