Today’s guest post is penned by colleagues who wear the white coat by day (and sometimes night) and athletic gear in their spare time. As an OB/Gyn resident and physician researcher, their spare time is limited, but Alex Robles, MD and Brittany Noel Robles, MD, MPH not only make time to stay in shape, but also to share their stories, tips, and tricks with the world via their website, The White Coat Trainer.
Being a physician and being wealthy isn’t as common as it used to be. The rising cost of tuition, increasing student loan burden, and improper financial planning are the major contributors to the decline in a physician’s net worth.
Thankfully, a number of physician bloggers have been providing a great deal of resources to help fellow doctors get their finances in order. These include: strategic use of different types of retirement accounts, living like a resident until your loans are paid off, and saving a large percentage of your salary as you grow into your income.
These methods are both simple and effective in dramatically increasing a physician’s net worth, helping to achieve financial independence.
While these strategies are important in improving your future financial health, there is one more factor that isn’t considered as often as it should be when it comes to saving more money.
Investing in yourself.
How Can Fitness Save You Money?
Time and time again, studies have shown that individuals who engage in physical activity have lower rates of high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and depression.
These four medical conditions constitute an extremely large percentage of hospital admissions, as well as