Vincent Ritter


Today I turn 33. It’s strange. When I was a teenager everyone around me seemed to be 33. I remember this fondly. And here, today, it’s my turn.

I’m finally at a turning point in my life, after years of trial and error which path to take, I believe that I’ve come up with a plan for the next 33 years (and more). Although it’s a plan, I deeply feel it’s the right thing to do.

I wasted a lot of time in my youth, although aiming for other life goals, which ultimately brought me to this point. I feel I’m late to the party, however I’m happy where I am now. Now I just need to nurture it and really live it, breathe it and most importantly stick to it.

This week had me thinking a lot about the future, especially that I have a family to take care of too (that’s not something you think about when you’re a kid). It’s not easy doing everything solo, it does put a tremendous weight on your shoulders and in a world where everything seems to be free it’s hard to make a living where you want to.

I’ve got a few updates and plans to share with you on what that means going forward. But, for today I want to thank everyone, especially my family and friends and my readers/followers, for all your support, your emails and feedback. It keeps me going, it really does, and you have no idea how happy that makes me.

Here is to many more years and if today is your birthday too: Happy Birthday!