Hello my friendly fellow case managers :-)I am a new Case Manager with a background in ER nursing. I am really enjoying my new role (of about 3 months). I am in acute care as a case manager and learning a LOT!My question to my fellow Case Managers (and to myself, as I hash this over) is ...Should I go to FNP school?As I think about my work-life in the next 20 years ... I want to plan carefully for the lifestyle I want to live. I would like to make over $100K per year, but I also want to have some flexibility (are these two goals incompatible?)I came from a high-tech background where millenials sit around drinking Starbucks on their laptops and come in to work at 10am or work from home :-) lol. So health care (as a 2nd career for me) is like ... HOLY COW ... I actually have to work :-) I imagine myself as an FNP in hospice perhaps ...But I also know that I want some freedom in my future life. Like work-from-home freedom.Would I be tying myself to a clinic if I go the FNP route?If I continue with my career in Case Management ... could I get a work-from-home option with some freedom and flexibility? Is it worth it to spend another 2.5 yrs studying my butt off to be an FNP - or should I just ride-out the rest of my career life in Case Management? I guess I am wondering where this Case Management thing could lead? I am very goal-oriented and I like to plan for my future.My favorite line from Downton Abbey comes from Mrs. Hughes, when she tells Daisy, "My advice, Daisy, is to go as far in life as God and luck allow."I guess I just want to go as far in life as God and luck allow :-) Thanks for any advice!!!