5 Reasons I’m cutting My First Attending Paycheck in Half

I asked a few wise, seasoned, and revered radiologists, what is the minimum amount of work days per week a radiologist need to stay sharp in her trade? Average answer is 2 days per week. That’s the sweet balance I

5 Reasons to Not be a Doc, If You Wanna Be Rich.

Perhaps I’m preaching to the choir. It’s not hard to know that you are poor when you are in you 35 without a house, with a 20 year old Honda accord, without money in retirement savings, and with a student

5 Lessons a Penniless-Immigrant-Turned-Multimillionaire Aunt Taught Me

20-year-old and broken-hearted, she decided to leave Taiwan and start a new life. She literally “jumped the plane” and landed in LA California after finding her then fiancé cheated on her. She wanted a new beginning and have heard of

5 Reasons I’m Hard Working & Happy Wherever I Go

If you are not into details, skip straight pass the blue texts, which provide the background incident that inspired me to write this post. But the 5 points are listed in the black texts following the blue ones 🙂 I

5 Doctor-Proof Tips to Great Wealth: S.P.E.C.T.

Medicine is a profession of acronym, so here is one for your money and wealth. S.P.E.C.T. stands for Simple, Passive, Emotionless, Cheap, & Time. As physicians, we know our trade well, naturally, after spending an average of 23-27 years studying

Morbidly Obese & Morbidly Malnourished

Today, we did (6 moths ago) a fluoroscopic upper GI series on a patient, my age, who’s 700 lbs. I was so depressed when I saw her entire bare back with excess subcutaneous adipose tissue hanging in rolls behind her

4 Ways to Tax-Free Money Everyone Should Try

1.       Cash back from credit cards. We all need to eat. Buy your groceries, and in fact all your necessities with a credit card with good cash back. While most people settle for cash back of 1-2%, with a little

2017 New Year Gift to Self: Not Clothe-Shopping for 3 Years

I recently stumbled upon Mrs. Frugalwoods and was very inspired by her. I thought that I had a ridiculously high savings rate, allowing me to retire by 2023, within 2.8 years of finishing fellowship. Most (soon-to-be) radiologists look at me