Money and Burnout: Taking the Road Less Traveled

money and burnout

In one of the recent physician burnout and depression surveys, doctors were asked to name the causes of their burnout.  The typical culprits were listed: lack of autonomy, EMR’s, lack of support from administrators, insurance companies, lack of time with patients, and so on.  However, when they were asked what would improve their burnout, getting … Read more

10 Milestones to Financial Independence Worth Celebrating

financial independence milestones

Some things in life are worth celebrating. We know that the road to financial independence can be long, and so we must not wait to get there before we have cause for celebration. Here are ten milestones on the financial independence journey that should make you pause, take notice, and take a moment to enjoy.

It’s Wrong for Doctors to Retire Early

Doctors retire early

Today’s post strikes deep into the heart of the message on this site. Some people attack doctors who plan to achieve early financial independence and retire early. In fact, I’ve seen some people say that its wrong for doctors to retire early. Them is fighting words to me. Agree? Disagree? Come find out.

Why are doctors burning out? And 3 Ways FI can save them

Why are doctors burning out?

Burnout has been a problem looming over the practice of medicine. It has many causes. We will discuss some of those causes and how financial independence directly counteracts some of them. This post ties in exactly why I see wealth and wellness as one big picture.

Physician Burnout and Financial Independence: A Guest Post

Physician Burnout

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!