A new year brings a feeling of hope and renewal.  A clean slate.  A blank canvas.  Maybe, just maybe – this will be the year you stick to your new year’s resolutions instead of reverting back to the same hot mess you’ve been for the past decade.

I often look to my favorite doc bloggers and podcasters for inspiration, so I turned to Twitter to see what everyone had planned for 2019.

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The responses were quick and varied.  Although no two docs had the same goals, they were all equally inspirational.  Take a look and tell me what you think.

Dr McFrugal


White Coat Investor


Rogue Dad MD

Rogue Dad

Physician on FIRE


Millionaire Doc

Millionaire Doc

Passive Income MD


Dr. Carrie Reynolds of Hippocratic Hustle


Crispy Doc 


Doc G of DiverseFI


Millennial Doc

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The Physician Philosopher




Vagabond MD


Hatton1 of Doctor of Finance MD


Kevin Pho of KevinMD

Kevin Pho

BC Krygowski

bc krygowski

Dr Cory Fawcett

Cory Fawcett

What do you think?  Did you find inspiration from your favorite doc blogger?  Share your thoughts and comments below.

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25 thoughts on “Resolutions

  1. Bahhahhaha! I always love your blog posts. Have to admit my sister had to point out to me I had misspelled “award winning” in my bio! No wonder agents aren’t responding to my query letters, lol.


    1. No matter how famous you get, you need a family member who can keep it real. Most people don’t know this, but if it wasn’t for the proofreading skills of Stephen King’s brother Ralph, we’d all be reading and rereading The Shinning right now.


  2. I resolve to make my future replies to your tweets more pithy and interesting than this one was. Glad the others could get your new year off to a good start despite my shortcomings.


    1. “Rusty Doc” is catchy but has a bad connotation. “Medium-Rare Doc” is more in line with the crispy theme, but doesn’t roll off the tongue as well.

      No matter how much you cut back, you’ll always be crispy to me.


  3. I’m still thinking about getting another band together. Maybe when I retire from my retirement (repurposement)
    Dr. Cory S. Fawcett
    Prescription for Financial Success


    1. Fear not! I’d also keep reading if you changed your moniker to Frozen Assets.

      I know you’re also a fan of SWRs and Wu Tang Clan, but as a loyal reader, I can’t in good conscience let you change your name to Withdrawal Method Man. It will attract too much family planning traffic.


  4. Gee. You’ve done it again. How did you know credit card points and income taxes was the topic for a future post scheduled on Jan 15. I’m getting way to predictable 😂.

    Thanks again for the laughs. A great start to the new year!


      1. Great. Short answer is no, credit card cash back, free hotels and flights are NOT counted as taxable income. They are treated as rebates. However, if you open a new bank account (e.g. with Chase) and there is a bonus of $500 associated with opening it and signing up, the it will be taxed as ordinary income like interest. Hope that’s clear 😀

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