Originally Posted by yunowu
Correction. I became a happy camper after I liquidated my private practice at the end of '09, at the tender age of 45. In case if you are wondering about my age. That meant that I no longer have to deal with stingy insurance companies. I lived well below my means during most of 90's to the end of last decade. And thank goodness most of my past investments offered surprisingly good returns. That is the secret to early retirement, and happiness for that matter.
What do you mean by liquidated :S And does that mean you were not all that pleased being a dentist before (even with the money?) You sound like a pharmacist I work with, shes amazing. She's told me every job is a job and gets boring, so she goes on vacation atleast 3 times a year. Does good investing and is planning for an early retirement, seems like a good life, but seems its getting harder for each generation though