Here’s Journal Club 03-10-23! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!
- An increasing number of people are aware of the FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) movement, and many desire to pursue and accomplish this goal someday. If you, too, dream of achieving financial freedom and wish to learn how to make this happen… The Physician on FIRE has helpful guidance for you in the article – Top 5 Ways to Start on the Path to Financial Independence.
- As busy professionals, it’s often a struggle to make time for your family or even for yourself to balance your demanding career. Most people find it challenging to strike a balance between work and home. Many even wonder if the work-life balance is a thing for doctors. So, is there a way for us to spend quality time with those that matter the most? The Financial Success MD shares more about it in the article – How to Make Time for Family When You’re Busy With Work.
- When it comes to investing, there’s no dearth of advice. You’ll find it in abundance. But how much of it is useful or even accurate is the real question. And if you’re relatively new to investing, it’s easy to get swayed by misinformation. With that in mind, the author of A Wealth of Common Sense reminds us to exercise caution before investing in any financial instruments in the article – Entertainment vs. investing.
- Most people pursuing financial independence and early retirement are curious to learn about the journeys and experiences of those on the same path and often seek inspiration from those who have achieved this significant milestone. If you enjoy learning about the post-FIRE journey, the author of Doc to Disco shares more about it in the article – 3 Year FIRE Anniversary.
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Thank you for reading and sharing,
Disclaimer: The topics presented in this article are provided as general information and for educational purposes. It is not a substitute for professional advice. Accordingly, before taking action, consult with your team of professionals.