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5 Easy Ways to Save on Your Cellphone Bill
5 Easy Ways to Save on Your Cellphone Bill
Let's face it - many of us no longer have a landline. Our mobile phone has become our go-to device for telephony, messaging and mobile access to the internet. So let's talk about 5 easy ways we can save on this expensive but necessary service.
30 Day Mindful Financial Practice with Dr. Wise Money
I've seen and heard about so many inspirational 30-day challenges all over the media, including Facebook, Family Life Radio, even on Pandora. After a decade of physical inactivity, I recently completed the 30-Day Yoga challenge with Adrienne. I feel great! I will continue my yoga practice with more free YouTube videos.
How Are You Rewarding Doctors For Innovating?
Physician employment contracts include many things. But, few actually say anything about how doctor employees would be rewarded for innovating.
The Facts About Non-Clinical Jobs
Many doctors dream of leaving clinical medicine. In fact, a number of high profile surveys report that as many as 50% of physicians would chose to work in a non-clinical job if they could
Plan Ahead Part 2: Local and European Fall Adventures
Enjoy the upcoming crisp weather and the vibrant fall colors (as well as fewer crowds) in France’s Provence and Spain’s Andalucia, as well as South Dakota’s Black Hills and Vermont’s Green Mountains.
“What's Up, Doc?”
Arthur Q. Bryan, who owned a summer home in my old town, was the definitive voice of Elmer Fudd of Warner Brothers cartoon fame. An enduring Hollywood character, who among us can say they’ve never heard of Elmer Fudd? Or attempted an impersonation?
Stop Giving Doctors Homework
A Texas teacher has stopped assigning her students homework. “Research has been unable to prove that homework improves student performance. Instead, I ask that you spend your evenings doing things that are proven to correlate with student success. Eat dinner as a family, read together, play outside and get your child to bed early.” We should have the same rules for doctors.

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