The Sunday Best (5/8/2016)

The Sunday Best is a collection of a handful of posts I share with you each week. With so many informative and inspirational writers out there, I have no trouble coming up with 5 worthwhile reads each week.


Most posts will be from recent weeks, written by physicians, and related to personal finance, but expect to find a post or two that are lacking at least some of these elements.


Presenting, in no particular order, this week’s Sunday Best:


Author Corey Fawcett, MD stresses a key factor when considering your first or next job. I once failed to recognize the importance of location, location, location when transitioning to a new job. Read about Dr. Fawcett’s experience @ KevinMD in When looking for a new physician job, location matters most.


This guy, who cowardly refuses to use his real name, gives a firsthand account of his rather extensive experience with locum tenens work over the course of his 10 year career in a guest post @ WCI entitled Lessons from Locums.


In an oldie but goodie, Sam the Financial Samurai bucks conventional wisdom and provides roadmaps to early retirement in How To Retire Early And Never Have To Work Again.


Won’t You Be Bored?” @ OurNextLife answers a question frequently asked of them. I can identify with the line “this is something we can counter by not defining ourselves solely by our work”, a trap I think many physicians fall into.


Sharon Jellinek, MD, a caring pediatrician of nearly 30 years who earned $6,000 working full time last year, wrote an Open Letter to Patients, Physicians, and Lawmakers explaining how and why @ Rebel.MD.



Have a great week!


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