Bogleheads is an outstanding financial forum I’ve followed for years. It’s members include many bright and caring people to whom I’m in debt to for their wisdom. But sometimes I don’t have time to surf the net and thought maybe the same might be true for some of you. So I decided to comb through and select articles I find interesting in the hopes you might benefit as well. Continue reading “Bogleheads’ Top Five Posts for the week from DH (Dear Husband)”
Recently I posted an article about women’s biggest financial regret: not investing enough and missing out on the magic of compound interest. A friend who is a retired oncologist asked me:
“I applaud your frugal lifestyle and investing in your future independence, but can your frugality be transferred to those with less robust circumstances?”
Indeed, could our current customized lifestyle be transferred to those who aren’t a dual physician couple?
“Daddy, will you be here in the morning?”
“YES!!!!” a little boy screams—grinning widely—as he runs up the stairs for bedtime.
Conversations like this are happening a lot in our household lately since DH (dear husband) quit his partnership. And each time I hear something like this, I smile, and my steps are a bit lighter.