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 a number of 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 some or all of these elements.
Presenting, in no particular order, this week’s Sunday Best:
I thought the term “anesthesiologist” was limited to physicians who graduated from medical school and four-year residency training programs. I have been proven wrong by “dental anesthesiologists”. Why do I bring this up? Why are Kids Dying at the Dentist? from Marjorie Stiegler, MD is why.
Mr. SSC @ Slowly Sipping Coffee recently introduced me to a great new (to me) term. Icky Thump? No. Icky Guy. Yeah, Wait, no… that’s the phonetic pronunciation. Whatever… Will Your Retirement Have an Ikigai? I’ve got many.
This Emergency Medicine physician is not even two months into his first attending job, and already his brother is retiring at age 34. Dang! Sorry, Investing Doc. He sat down and chatted with his brother, and has shared some Lessons From my Brother Who Retired Early with the rest of us.
Living in a smaller town that sees its share of weekenders and a summer swell, I can identify with Our Next Life. “This must be just like living in paradise, and I don’t want to go home“, says David Lee Roth. Think again, says ONL in The Mountain Town Blues // The Downsides of Paradise.
Go Curry Cracker, Big ERN is not on the Betterment bandwagon. Neither am I. Find out some of the reasons why in We Just Saved $42,000 by Not Switching to Betterment.
It’s good to know that most FIRE bloggers are putting a lot of thought into their early retirement plans. This groovy couple @ Freedom Is Groovy have a couple months to go and are coming up with some plans to do some good works when they retire early. Read more in Financial Independence and Being a Righteous Mofo.
For better or worse, summer and its companion, summer vacation, are nearly over for this trip around the sun. As I write this, we’ve got one week, two weekends, and about 2200 miles in a minivan to go.
After that, we’ll say goodbye to the lakes and hello to the YMCA swimming pool.
Football season kicks off in full force this week, with the alma mater playing Thursday night, and fantasy football drafts on Friday and Saturday nights. I’m fairly certain this is what Andy Williams had in mind when he crooned “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.”
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By the time this reaches you, we should be getting comfortable in Tennessee. I’ve only been there to interview @ Vanderbilt a couple times (med school & residency). We’ll be arriving with a blank schedule and an open mind. If you have any must-see sites for us, let me know!
I’ll leave you with some more words of wisdom from the panel van first featured last week in this post.
Have a great week!
-Physician on FIRE
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