The other day, I was talking with my dad and we got to talking about my new job. I told him how I was doing – I liked it, I was way less stressed and anxious, and overall, the new job seemed like a better fit for me and my personality. Yes, it was another […]
Hey folks! You all know that I love podcasts and without a doubt, one of my favorite new podcasts is Fire Drill Podcast with Gwen from Fiery Millennials and J from Millennial Boss. Beyond just being really entertaining and a wealth of information, what I really like about their podcast is that they really take […]
I’ve been really pumped since I got back from FinCon. Not only did I learn some great stuff and get to connect with some amazing people, but going to FinCon also motivated me to do some things on this blog that I’ve been wanting to do for awhile. If you’re a regular reader, you’ve probably […]
I started a new job a few weeks ago. When it comes to my legal career, I did everything pretty much by the book. I went to a good law school, graduated near the top of my class, served as an editor on my school’s law review, snagged a biglaw summer associate position during OCI […]
One of the nice things about starting my new job (don’t worry, more to come on this in a future post) is that I’ve been able to cut my bike commute down to a really comfortable distance. What was once an 8-mile, 45-minute bike ride to work has now been reduced to a 3-mile, 15-minute […]
I like to think that I’m pretty financially healthy. At 30 years old, I’m in a fairly unique position. I’m currently debt free after paying off nearly six figures worth of student loans in just a few years. I’ve got a sizable emergency fund that should cover me in the event of a disaster. And my net worth continues to grow each year as I continue to push myself to save as much of my income as I possibly can.
We have a plan of attack for my wife’s student loans as well. If all goes as planned, we’ll have her debt paid off within a year or two. A dentist/lawyer couple in their early 30s paying off all of their student loans in just a few years isn’t just a unique proposition. It’s pretty much unheard of.