September Update If you haven't been keeping up with our trip to this point, check out the international travel section and read about what we've been up to for the past 11 weeks as well as all of my expenses from each place we've traveled so far. It's very hard for us to believe... but October … Continue reading Progress to Financial Independence- September 2018
A Look Back in Time In some respects it feels like my physical therapy school graduation was very recent, while in other ways it feels like it was a lifetime ago. While in school, I always looked at graduation as the finish line, with little thought about what life afterward would look like. After putting … Continue reading Reflections on My First Three Years Working as a Physical Therapist
If you've been following this blog for any length of time, then you know that I've written in depth about how I've been able to leverage my career as a physical therapist to achieve financial independence rapidly. I've written about how it's possible to make a full time salary while only working half of the … Continue reading Is a DPT Degree Worth it?
For this month, let's start off with my finances, after all that's probably the reason you clicked on this post in the first place. December resulted in another 1% increase in the S&P 500 which capped off 2017 with a total gain of almost 20%! That's the largest yearly gain since 2013. The bull market … Continue reading Progress to Financial Independence- December 2017
*The information contained in this post is not meant to be specific for you or your situation and is not meant to be financial advice, as I am not licensed as a financial planner. Before making any decisions, I strongly recommend speaking to someone licensed in this area to consider your unique situation. This will … Continue reading Reconsider Your Roth While on the Path to FIRE
GUEST BLOG POST BY CHRIS AT "EAT THE FINANCIAL ELEPHANT" Today I am very excited to bring to you the first guest post on this blog. This post comes to you courtesy of Chris who writes for his and his wife's blog, Eat the Financial Elephant. Chris recently retired in February after working only 16 years as … Continue reading Retiring Early on a Physical Therapist’s Salary: “Choose Healthy, Not Normal”