In the most recent Medscape Survey on Physician Burnout and Depression, over 15,500 physicians were surveyed. The Medscape survey was aimed at answering some vital questions, such as “What causes physician burnout?” and “What are some ways to fix physician burnout?” The results were interesting, and I think worth discussing. Today, we will highlight some of … Read more
This week’s “Wellness Wednesday” post has two changes. 1) It wasn’t posted on Wednesday (Tuesday!), and 2) It’s not on this site! You’ll have to venture over to Camp FIRE finance to find the article where I discuss physician burnout, financial independence, and why you should care even if you aren’t a doctor!
Moments like this have a way of waking us up from our daily routine. The daily hustle we all perform everyday can make our mind numb. We just start going through the actions. As Americans, we have a hard time learning to live in the moment. Have you checked to see if you are fizzlin’ or sizzlin’ recently?
If we are to truly live out the “Do no harm” imperative, we must first make sure that we are not being harmed ourselves. After all, we cannot expect to replenish the empty cup of wellness our patients bring if our cup is empty, too.
If it causes you to go into debt, finance/leverage a purchase, or prevent you from adequately saving it is likely not worth it! That is not intentional spending. Intentional spending makes your head and your heart happy! If it isn’t accomplishing both, it isn’t intentional spending. Read more to find out what is!