By Dr. Leif Dahleen of Physician on Fire, WCI Network Partner
If you had more hours in your day—say, nine extra hours on average—what would you do with all that extra time?
For some, this may be a hypothetical question, but for those who reach financial independence and flex it by retiring early (or at any point), it’s a legitimate question that’s going to be answered. It’s best to ponder this conundrum ahead of time, of course.
As a former physician, I know that most of us aren’t working anything like a typical 9-to-5, and a 40-hour workweek that routinely ends on a Friday might sound like a dream come true. Nevertheless, in some professions, a standard workday is about eight hours. Add to that the commute, getting ready for work, and unwinding after, and a normal workday for someone who punches a timecard is going to take up at least nine hours of that day.
So, what would life look like if you could have all that time (or more) back?
I haven’t punched a timecard…
This article was written by Josh Katzowitz and originally published on www.whitecoatinvestor.com