Wife makes 100% of the money. Wife makes 100% of the kids. I hope you're a good cook.
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Wife makes 100% of the money. Wife makes 100% of the kids. I hope you're a good cook.
I've been told I'm pretty good. No doubt why she puts up with me!
Just quit to hopefully not lose all of your wife's money investing in a B & B. Either way since you have no income hence no stake in the game, its a win win. That is a power move!
Though I don't like the idea of a B&B. I don't guarantee anyone breakfast.
Just a place to do nothing. Sounds.. Awesome
Update us! I'd stay there.
Your 1227 MGoPoints should now go up to 12,227. That's what I would do.
I always wondered how people got up to 10,000+ points and still existed in the working world. Maybe they don't.
I've wanted to start a thread that asked 10,000+ points people how they got there, but I'm too lazy.
Congrats. Dont forget your chemistry background though because microbrews go great with beef.
Cheers you lucky jerk!
In regards to being 4 years older than me and "retired"; you suck.
In regards to your inn/lodge, keep us informed. South haven is nice and beef is my favorite.
Guy I know retired early. People kept asking him if he was bored now that he was not working. He would say "Not at All. I'm retired from work, not from life."
I swing by South Haven on my annual pilgrimage to Traverse City every June.
Keep us posted, good sir, and congrats/good luck!
Holy shit, man. I think you and I are very similar. I also married a doctor (although she treats those of the animal kingdom), she's the most amazing woman who ever lived, and I retired in my 20's. Congrats. I know the feeling. And it is freakin awesome.
You guys didn't retire, you quit your jobs.
I was really tired yesterday; today even more of a grind. Cheers to being re-tired.
Best of Luck!
Let us know how it goes. I will gladly drive up from Chicago to support you!
You had me at beef....you had me at ((sniff)) beef.
I admire a man who can not only admit he's being supported by his wife (at least for the moment), but also embrace it! Good for you and best of luck!
Nicely done. Hopefully you have an awesome location already picked out. We goto SH every year and it looks like the North side has become void of restaurants and good B&B's. Keep us all posted with the name and the stories. We "stepped out" of corporate 11 years ago to open a bakery and love it.
35 acres of some of the most beautiful land I have seen in Michigan. Creek runs through it, lots of sugar maples and even a 80' or so tall white pine. South Branch of the Black River runs right by it and only 5 miles from the beach as the crow flies. Can't wait to see what it looks like in the summer. It is going to be the best disc golf course the world has ever seen.
Where's your bakery? My wife loves bakeries.
just curious, but is this it?
34.1 acres about 5 miles from the beach and next to the south branch of the black river.
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I left a job in advertising to become a pastry chef years ago, and did it for about five years, until I had kids. Running a bakery is tough work. My first job was in a pastry shop, and I worked 12 hours a day, from 5 AM to 5 PM. It was particularly hard in the winter when I never saw the light of day. I did the finishing work, wedding and birthday cakes, etc...I then worked in restaurants, doing desserts for dinner, which was much more fun. I loved cooking on the line - a lot of action and great characters.
Good for you for making it work for so long. It's not easy to make a financial go of a bakery.
35? Do you have kids? Again, wow!
is a Doc and married a bum like you.
But seriously, Drs don't make that much money so unless you retired to raise kids, get a life.
not an /s.
I think her contract says different. Hell, just her base salary is ~ 4 times what I was making as a chemist, and I wasn't getting paid all that bad. Add on bonuses and she will be making more than I can currently imagine what to do with.
I will definately work on getting a life though. A sweet, sweet life.
you should own your new biz through an llc... doctors get sued all the time.
just an fyi.
and if you have a father in law, he does not respect you and he tells the family what a loser you are. like i said i have a brother in law like you. coincidentally he lives in your beck of the woods.
my dad, who was considerably more wealthy than my Dr-Sister and her douchesband, had me put in his undisclosed will if the freeloader didn't get a job, no inheritance just to screw him.
cant wait to see the look on their faces when that plays out.
I have been married for 12 years after dating my wife for the last 3.5 years at UM. We worked in the same field after graduating for 5 years before she decided to do Med School and that decision was not made lightly; we were doing just fine. I have had a great relationship with my in-laws and have their utmost respect. My father-in-law is giddy with excitement at the idea of working with me on developing our property as a matter of fact.
I feel bad for your family. If your sister is happy with her choice in a mate then the problem lies with the rest of you I would say. If she is unhappy then support her in getting rid of the guy, but support her either way.
It all depends on perspective.
I'm in a 10+ doctor group, my wife is a Kaiser primary care doc.
Do we make as much as a partner in a major law firm, or a partner at Goldman Sachs? Nope, and few doctors ever will.
However, we make significantly more than the median household income in the US. Each.
So it's all about what you expect.
so you became a House Husband because your women is the bread winner?...sorry couldn't resist...
in other news..my wife just got a promotion and now makes almost the same money as me...
Tee Time at 9am! Life is good.
flyfishing. A man's gotta have a thing. Flyfishing is a thing.
I enjoy it as well.
in sum, the story is:
your wife is making mid six-figures, so therefore, you've decided to forego your salary since it was merely discretionary income. now, you're going to pursue a new venture (which is somewhat speculative, considering its a land-play in the leisure sector during the tail end of a recession).
i'm happy for you if that's your dream, but i don't think that's what i would call "retired."
the best retirement story that i heard was a friend of mine who was a portfolio manager at a fund. he was fired during the recession, but received a nice golden parachute (left w/ approx. 20 mil in savings at the age of 36). he met a girl, signed a pre-nup, got married, and the last i heard is that he's raising a family on the coast in the south of france.
I can't compete with that... but I'll take what I've got!
My business venture has no pressure to succeed at all. My official title is now "Gentleman Farmer".
"Sugar Mama"! Kidding, good luck with the meat! (umm....your steak business)
I would not call him much one as you are not with him.
I have a buddy that has basically "retired" cause his wife pulls the coin ..... but I wouldn't change places with him.
that thinks that this is the worst thread ever.
I also feel as though we are being trolled.
What's next, "I got fired today"? "I got a new job today"? "I'm awesome and you are not"? "Look at how rich I am"?
I posted it after having several celebratory drinks last night and then waited to be burned at the stake. I guess I got an easy room.
I really appreciate all of the support from my fellow graduates and fans though. You all rock.
You won't find my ass working, cooking, dealing with service issues. I'll be kicked back, feet in the sand, with a cool drink and my hot young wife on my right...deciding on what fresh seafood item we will enjoy that night.
You must have some serious game dude. Good luck, and I hope you (successfully) fufill your dreams while making your wife a bit jealous of your sucess. As a powerful sucessful female, she will appreciate your accomplishments all the more.
U aint got none!
I too am graced by my better half, who also is a UM trained physician. We have a number of years of life in the rear view window compared to you. Turns out my wife is quickly getting burned out by the stress. And a surprisingly large number of her classmates have already left medicine, all burned out sooner.
Just FYI, fwiw.
I'll never come close to that. But I when I got divorced last fall, I did go out and buy a 1965 Shelby AC Cobra replica (see avatar). So there's that.