The idea of financial freedom is something everyone dreams of. Many of us are at different stages of that journey, but on some level, it’s something we all work toward. In a previous post, I mentioned that I’m financially free from medicine, and I’m happy to say that still holds true, even a couple months later. […]

The idea of financial freedom is something everyone dreams of. Many of us are at different stages of that journey, but on some level, it’s something we all work toward. In a previous post, I mentioned that I’m financially free from medicine, and I’m happy to say that still holds true, even a couple months later.
Not only that, but my passive income streams continue to grow without necessarily putting in more time, and that’s the hallmark of truly passive income. I can’t say the same for my day job as an anesthesiologist. In fact, I’ve started reducing my time at work, not only to spend more time with my family but also some to continue to grow my passive income streams.
Along this journey, a question I’ve often heard posed is this: when trying to achieve financial freedom, or even just save some extra money, is it better to earn more or spend less? Well, of course, there are two schools of thought.
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