The Friday Feast ~ the 16th of December

28 thoughts on “The Friday Feast ~ the 16th of December”

  1. Hey Steve,
    Happy Friday and thanks for the shout-out! Can’t wait for your post next freedom (WOOPS – FRIDAY!!!) What a way to celebrate the end of 2016! Happy weekend and hear’s to the last #SundayNight of stress worrying about work the following week!

    1. Hehe, thanks Vicki. Yup, Sunday will quickly turn into one of my favorite days…at least during football season. Watching football AND no full-time job the next day? Sign me up! 🙂

      1. If you’re a passionate football fan like I am, you may like this article. The game of football has greatly inspired the way I view life, and the methods I use to strategize and fight for my dreams. When I am not exploring deep thoughts and trying to find my life purpose, watching football is my way of escaping into entertainment and just enjoying the ride. I like all teams, but Go Vikings especially. You? Football article: http://www.wealthwelldone.com/football-wealth-tips/

  2. It’s pretty cool your going to post on newer blogs. As someone who has only been at this for about 4 months I enjoy reading about my peers. It’s hard to tell whom is new and experienced sometimes, but knowing who is in your peer group can provide inspiration and support.
    The decorations look very tastefull.

    1. Thanks FTF – I’ve got you included as well. I think it’s a good thing that we can’t tell who is new and who isn’t. That means we’re all doing a good job at putting our best foot forward. 🙂

  3. Steve – thanks for sharing my article. Its an honor to be on the Friday Feast! Congrats on being down to only 11 more days of work left. You’ll be retiring WAY earlier than I will be, so why don’t you run down to Florida and I’ll meet you for lemonades and dolphins in a few years??

    Thanks for the feature again. Its been great binge reading stuff from your website for the last few days. Happy holidays.

    1. You’re very welcome, Jacob. Loved the piece! We will definitely make it to Florida one of these days. We plan to do the Maine to Florida trek eventually, in fact. 🙂

    1. Thanks! I actually only had 5 days to go on Friday (not sure why I said 11 – but it’s corrected now!). It’s definitely surreal. And fun, too. 🙂

  4. Congratulations on your pending retirement, Steve.

    It’s so great that you’ve been able to pull this off and retire at such a young age. Can’t wait to hear more once you enter your golden years.

    And thanks for the posts. Always great to read some new stuff.

  5. Thanks for the mention Steve. It was an honor and I’m excited to get to know you and your work better. I’m sad that I missed out on following the last few years of your journey as you worked toward F. Independence (As I hadn’t found this community yet), but I’m excited to see where this next chapter of your journey takes you, as it sounds like alot of fun. You now have a friend in the Twin Cities, Minnesota – Viking Country – and I’m grateful to be working on the same team with you. I look forward to watching Wealth Well Done mature, grow, and evolve right alongside, Think Save Retire. Peace, friend.

  6. Thanks for sharing as always great value man!
    Loving the video, curious to know your process on filming these? i.e. does it take long, what tech stuff do you use? Cool dog there as well ;).. Airstream looks great too! Decked out in all of your Christmas finest

    Congrats on the last week of work as well..

    1. Hey Jef – appreciate the comment! Some videos definitely take longer to make than others. If we’re just sitting in front of the camera (like with the Frank Financials, or on our A Streamin’ Life YouTube channel, our Tuesday Talks), then it doesn’t take much time to do the editing. But if I’m bringing in a bunch of other video and cutting, say, 3 hours of footage down into around 10 or 15 minutes, then yeah, that can definitely take some time.

      We use simple equipment – a Sony A6000 digital camera with an external hot-shoe mounted zoom microphone. We also have a lapel mic that connects directly into our iPhones as another audio recording device. That works great. Edit in Adobe Premiere. We will soon be adding a GoPro into our photographic collection of gadgets, too! 😉

Leave a Reply