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Going ALL IN with Paying Off Debt: Ask Yourself These Questions First

“I just want it GONE and out of my life FOREVER!” You have a lot of debt. You want nothing more than to get rid of this debt. You don’t care what you need to do to get this point- you just want to see that balance go to zero.  This is common. Debt is…

Suicide Awareness In The Veterinary Profession

**This blog post originally posted in 2018. NPR recently aired a story focusing on this topic within the veterinary community- you can read and listen to it here.** SUICIDE This is a subject that is, unfortunately, not a stranger to the field of veterinary medicine. With the increasing emphasis on mental wellbeing, we are now…

Playing with FIRE Documentary Review: A New DVM’s Take on Financial Independence and Her Future

The documentary Playing with FIRE has been playing around the country all summer long. Unfortunately, I haven’t had a chance to see it yet, which has given me a major case of FOMO. Luckily, fellow DVM Rachel Luoma decided to go, and she was kind enough to share her story. Here is her bio: Rachel…

Vet Success Stories

Paying off over $500k in 6 years!

Vet Success Stories: Over $500k paid off in 6 years!

This small animal veterinarian, who wishes to remain anonymous, works in emergency medicine.  She is married and a mother of a 2 year old, with another one on the way.  Read how she is on her way to paying off over $500k (between student loans, consumer debt, and real estate) in 6 years! 1. Please…

Vet Success Stories: Reaching for FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early)

Welcome to my first FIRE interview! FIRE stands for financial independence, retire early. You can read about my motivation to FIRE here. Whether you’re on your way to FIRE or not, I hope you enjoy reading the story of others that are on this journey. This small animal veterinarian is splitting her time between part…

Vet Success Stories: An ER vet hustling to pay off $118k in student loans

This ER veterinarian, who resides in New England with her 2 cats and a dog, recounts her journey as she is well on her way to paying off $118k in student loans.  A little spoiler: this loan payoff could have been done earlier, and she considers herself debt-free. Read on for more details! 1. Give…

Money Talk

Beyond the Mortgage: Don't Ignore the Costs of Home Ownership

A home will likely be the most expensive purchase you will ever make in your lifetime. As much as we’d like to believe that we make our home purchase decisions rationally, who are we kidding? This is a very emotional purchase, and logic flies out the door when we start envisioning life in our new…

Student Loan Repayment Advice for Veterinarians: Where To Turn?

This post contains affiliate links. Please read my full disclosure here. Let’s say you have a ton of student debt. You need help figuring out how to pay this thing off. Your veterinary program didn’t do such a great job on giving you the tools to do this before you graduated. So now you are…

What is lighting your FIRE?

So why did I use the acronym FIRE in my title? This was a new term for me up until recently.  But once I found out what it was, it resonated very deeply with me. FIRE stands for Financial Independence, Retire Early. You have enough accumulated in your investments that you can live off of…

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