Sep 27

A Physicians Guide to Working Part Time

Several months ago I stumbled upon a personal finance blog geared towards physicians and financial independence, two topics that are very relevant to my life. A series of posts there detail the financial lives of four fictional doctors and how their various financial decisions result in radical differences in retirement savings and age at which …

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Sep 23

Happy Philosopher’s Weekend Reading: Volume 3

Well those last two weeks went by fast. So fast that last week I didn’t have time to post the third installment of The Happy Philosopher’s Weekend Reading. This is a series of posts where I bring you a few interesting articles from around the internet. Some will be current, some may be older material. …

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Sep 20

You are Replaceable. Congratulations!

Yes, you heard me right. You are replaceable. And this should be a relief to you. Many times we feel the work we do is so unique and that without it the company/industry/economy/world will fall apart without us. I believed this at one point, but in reality this is all a grand delusion.  At first, …

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Sep 14

Experiment: Video Games, Kettlebells and a Half Marathon

I know that title doesn’t make sense right now, but it will in a minute. The blogposts have been kind of serious and heavy these last few weeks, so I thought I would lighten it up a bit with a ridiculous experiment I dreamed up the other day. It’s been while since I’ve done any …

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Sep 10

Happy Philosopher Weekend Reading: Volume 2

Well I had something in the works for this second installment of Weekend Reading, where I bring you a few of my favorite blog posts and articles to head into the weekend with, but instead  I got distracted by Twitter (shocking, I know). @DearDebtBlog interested. please elaborate. — TheHappyPhilosopher (@HapyPhilosopher) September 6, 2016 She asked …

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Sep 07

Happy Philosopher: The Backstory

  My ideas and philosophies did not develop in a vacuum, and the context of my life will likely make my writing more meaningful to you, so here is a cliff-notes version of my story. Note that the human mind is notoriously poor at accurately remembering events so this reality is my reality, but it …

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Sep 02

Happy Philosopher’s Weekend Reading: Volume 1

The internet is a vast place of almost endless information, and as I mentioned in an earlier post I hypothesize that efficient filtering will be one of the most important changes we will implement to get manageable amounts information we actually want to consume. Well, until AI is up to the challenge it is our …

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Aug 30

Why The News Is Making You Miserable

Prior to medical school I became interested in ‘alternative medicine’. This was a rather loose term that basically included anything that was not traditional medicine or generally taught in a typical western medical school. I picked up a book and actually went to a lecture by this guy Dr. Andrew Weil, a jovial Harvard trained …

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Aug 20

Lessons From an Apple Tree

I came home from work yesterday, and on the way to the front door I grabbed a couple of apples from my apple tree. I didn’t think much of it until later when eating the delicious fruit. It was picked at just the right time; sweet and crisp, a flawless perfection of nature. I tried …

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Aug 10

Making America Great: One Podcast at a Time

  I don’t have any new writing today, but I did have a great chat with Josh Mettle over at the Physician Financial Success Podcast. Josh is a…well…now that I think of it I don’t really know what he does. Something boring like mortgages or some such thing. Well we didn’t talk about anything that …

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