A Day in Pictures – San Francisco (Plus: Reader Survey)

I get a lot of flack for uploading too few photos to Flickr. Perhaps a professional can help.

One of my favorite photographers is Corey Arnold, an all-around bad-ass who can often be seen on Deadliest Catch aboard the F/V Rollo in the Bering Sea. He recently sent me these shots from a series he dubbed “A Day in the Life of Tim Ferriss,” which captured us roaming through SF messing around and getting in trouble.

Beginning tomorrow, I’ll be taking a road trip with my brother along the Pacific coast through Portland, Eugene, Seattle, and Vancouver at a minimum. For those interested, I’ll be posting my most interesting findings and disasters (we’re winging the entire trip) here on Twitter.

Reader Survey – Vote for Future Posts:

If I could only write one more post on this blog, what would you most want to read?

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105 Replies to “A Day in Pictures – San Francisco (Plus: Reader Survey)”

  1. Tim,

    Your words echo my thoughts, I’m on the bandwagon, and I can see the light at the end. I’m working on getting to the NR platform … but I’m a bit antsy as things aren’t working out so fast. So my question is this:

    How do you stay motivated?

    When you’re still chained to the 40+ hours and struggling your way to 4 hours. How do you stay mentally/emotionally/spiritually motivated when the NR lifestyle is not yet tangible.

    Thanks/Grazie/Danke/Merci,

    Nicolette

  2. Tim I continue to cherish your Book, the 4 hr work week. And the photos are interesting indeed. I u sure they arent photoshopped ? lol