There has been a disturbing shift in how medical professionals feel about their career. I almost cringe every time I’m at a party or social gathering now and tell people I retired early from my medical practice. I try not to bring it up. I don’t cringe out of fear for how they will perceive… Continue reading The Reason Everyone is Retiring Early from Their Medical Career
While early retirement was not my goal when I embarked on my medical career, it was possible due to some key principles adopted early in my career. An unexpected health scare made me reevaluate my hectic and increasingly stressful life as an obstetrician. Financial independence (having “enough” without the need for a paycheck anymore) was… Continue reading The Financial Road to Early Retirement in my 30’s
A vivid memory stands out from my career. Driving home from the hospital at 3 AM, I reflected upon my most recent patient’s middle of the night delivery. It wasn’t an easy delivery, as they often aren’t. However, in the end we had a healthy mom and baby and the family couldn’t have been happier-… Continue reading Is your “Grit” Keeping You in Your Medical Career?
Can there really be any downsides? Spoiler alert- I could only come up with 6, but they are legitimate and worth consideration. Last week I had fun reviewing the "Top 10 Things to Love about Early Retirement from Clinical Practice". However, I want to be transparent and not promote an insincere world of social media… Continue reading Top 10 Downsides to Early Retirement from Clinical Practice
Are you a physician with a message? Have you ever thought about writing a book? Do you have a story to tell or information to disseminate to patients? This conference was for health care professionals wanting to write/publish a book. Who was attending? Mostly physicians, but also psychologists, nurses, sociologists, LCSW, etc. One of the… Continue reading Writing, Publishing, and Social Media for Health Care Professionals Conference -Harvard