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1 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
Notice Closing Retire Hoppy Podcast
The Retire Hoppy podcast will no longer be available as of January 31, 2021
25 minutes | Nov 7, 2019
RH 036 Live from FinCon 2019
Eight short interviews with financial bloggers, podcasters and consultants. They were conducted in September at the 2019 Finance Content Expo.
24 minutes | Oct 20, 2019
RH 035 FW 002 Can Anyone Achieve Financial Independence
Our guests are Doc G and Paul Thompson from the What's Up Next podcast. Our topic is: Can Anyone Achieve Financial Independence
19 minutes | Sep 17, 2019
RH 034 Introducing FIREwalkers and Urban Art
We are introducing a new podcast called FIREwalkers in lieu of doing season 3 of Retire Hoppy. This episode features an introduction and a NE style IPA called Urban Art.
15 minutes | Aug 21, 2019
RH 033 Retirement Down the Road and Tower Station
Today one of Roy’s long-time friends is in the studio with us. Jake talks about how he’s preparing to retire in the next couple of years and how he envisions what his retirement will be like In our beer segment, I’m delighted that Jake has brought one of my favorite Arizona beers – Tower Station IPA from Mother Road Brewing in Flagstaff. From K 9 studios in Phoenix AZ welcome to the RH podcast with Ted Carr and Roy Weinberg.
21 minutes | Jul 25, 2019
RH 032 Advertising Disruption and a Beer Rumble
Recent Chicago transplant Rick Rollins joins us to discuss how the changing fortunes of the television and radio advertising business led to his early retirement. In our beer segment, we compare two of Rick’s favorite beers – Goose Island IPA and Ballast Point Sculpin.
26 minutes | Jun 24, 2019
RH 031 Craft64
Today Roy and I are on location at Craft 64 a brewpub located in Old Town Scottsdale. Our guest is co--owner Scott Hegan. Our conversation ranges from Scott’s early retirement to what led him to unretire. In our beer segment, we sample all 8 Craft 64beers.
24 minutes | May 22, 2019
RH 030 Countdown to Retirement and Magic Hat #9
Today Roy and I welcome into the studio Lee Walsh from Raleigh NC to discuss what you steps you should take, and what we did, 5 years, 3 years and one year away from retirement. In our beer segment we taste number 9 from Magic Hat brewing out of Burlington VT. From K 9 studio in Phoenix AZ, welcome to the Retire Hoppy podcast with Ted Carr and Roy Wineberg.
23 minutes | Apr 22, 2019
RH 029 Benefits of Exercise and Bell's Oberon
Roy and I welcome back Bill Bennett who joins us in studio to discuss the importance and benefits of exercise, especially in retirement. In our beer segment, Bill talks about how he got started in home brewing and how a brewing mistake ended up medaling in the Ohio State Fair. Then we taste Bill’s beer selection – Oberon from Bells. From K 9 studios in Phoenix AZ, welcome to the RH podcast with Ted Carr and Roy Weinberg.
20 minutes | Mar 19, 2019
RH 028 The 6 Stages of Retirement and Goose Island
Do you know that retirement is one of life’s top 10 most stressful events? Knowing what to expect can help prepare for the adjustment. That’s where the 6 stages of retirement comes into play. They provide a road map to help prepare for and cope with the ever changing journey. In our beer segment, we taste an aged version of Goose Islands 2017 Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial stout. The aging doesn’t necessarily make the beer better, just different in a good way.
18 minutes | Feb 18, 2019
RH 027 Stock Market Declines and Hop Rising
When markets take a steep dive and enter into correction territory, even seasoned investors experience FUD – fear, uncertainty and doubt. Today we offer our ideas on what to do under three scenarios: Roy’s case where he needs to sell in order to pay expenses; my case where I place my riskier investments out of harm’s way by using a bucket strategy’ and the case of someone retiring into a down market. Our beer segment features Roy’s selection - Hop Rising, a double IPA from Salt Lake City’s Settler’s Brewing. From K-9 studios in Phoenix AZ welcome to the RH podcast with Ted Carr and Roy Weinberg.
27 minutes | Jan 12, 2019
RH 026 Money Letters and White Christmas
Jackie Cummings Koski author of Money Letters 2 My Daughter is preparing to retire early to pursue her dream of teaching financial literacy. Jackie explains how the iconic $2 bill kick started her savings habit which eventually helped her achieve Financial Independence. In our beer segment Jackie describes how she chose Sam Adams White Christmas from a field of four contenders. Since Roy and I could not find White Christmas where we are, we had Jackie take us through the tasting process. And before we wrapped up we had a little surprise for her. From K 9 studios in Phoenix AZ welcome to the retire hoppy podcast with Ted Carr and Roy Weinberg.
24 minutes | Dec 13, 2018
RH 025 Retirement & Its Discontents and Molson Canadian
Work is not only a means of income. It’s also a major source of personal identity. Not surprisingly, many struggle with discontentment after they retire. What are we to do―individually and as a culture―when work and life experience make conventional retirement a burden rather than a reprieve? To find out we turn to U of Toronto assistant professor Michelle Pannor Silver who examines how we confront the mismatch between idealized and actual retirement in her book Retirement and Its Discontents. Then, Michelle, a self-admitted non-beer drinker, throws caution to the wind and joins us in our beer segment. We taste her beer choice Molson Canadian which honors our neighbors to the north and reminds me of my days growing up in WNY. From K 9 studios in Phoenix AZ welcome to the RH podcast with Ted Carr and Roy Weinberg.
21 minutes | Nov 13, 2018
RH 024 Retired Now What and Hop Water
John Wycoff is not your typical octogenarian. He defies ageist stereotypes of retired people slowing down, with nothing left to contribute to society. What drew me to John was not any one thing. Rather it was how many things he’s involved with: social media, his website Retired Now What, his YouTube channel, podcast and his various entrepreneurial endeavors. I invite you to listen and reflect on the experience of someone whose spirit and drive has not wavered to this day. In our beer segment, Roy and I go it alone. And to honor John, who does not drink, we try the best non-alcoholic beer substitute we’ve run across – Hop Water from Lagunitas. From K 9 studios in Phoenix AZ welcome to the retire hoppy podcast with Ted Carr and Roy Weinberg.
26 minutes | Oct 16, 2018
RH 023 The Frugal Convert and Oktoberfest
When Gina was growing up, spending was an accepted and expected way of life. Unfortunately those habits resulted in the accumulation of considerable credit card and student debt. It wasn’t until she found her dream house with the perfect kitchen that Gina converted to a frugal lifestyle, one that she shares via her popular blog the frugal convert. And even though she’s not a beer drinker, Gina graciously agreed to join us in our beer segment. The beer I selected for her is an excellent Oktoberfest from Sierra Nevada and Germany’s Weihenstephaner. From K 9 studios in Phoenix AZ, welcome to the Retire Hoppy podcast with Ted Carr and Roy Weinberg.
17 minutes | Sep 17, 2018
RH 022 The U Curve of Happiness and Brut IPA
Studies have shown that the trajectory of happiness over the course of one’s life resembles a U. But Roy and I think that it might also be possible that it looks like a J or even a W. In our beer segment, we are excited to try a brand new beer style – a brut ipa which is dry and effervescent - as close to champagne as beer can get. Sorry Miller High Life
24 minutes | Aug 19, 2018
RH 021 Keys to a Happy Retirement and Modus Hoperandi
Today’s show marks the start of season 2 of the RH podcast. In it Roy and I break down our top 5 tips that can help you have a really good retirement. In our beer segment I talk about my recent trip to Oregon which is known not only for its craft beer but also its production of a key ingredient – hops. Then we taste Modus Hoperandi an American IPA from Ska brewing out of Durango CO.
25 minutes | Jul 25, 2018
RH 020 Smooth Sailing Into Retirement and Sierra Nevada's Hazy Little Thing
Roy and I talk with Dave Hughes of retirefabulously about his latest book Smooth Sailing Into Retirement which navigates us from the last six months of work into the first year of retirement. We explore how to curate your retirement by designing your day according to your retirement personality. Then in our beer segment we mix things up a bit because Dave is more of a cocktail drinker than a beer drinker. So we include a discussion of cocktails after we taste Sierra Nevada juicy Hazy Little Thing.
27 minutes | Jun 26, 2018
RH 019 Beer Cap Country and Belching Beaver
Andrew Erikson did not set out to be an entrepreneur. But that changed when he determined that he could make a gift for a friend faster and cheaper than if he bought it. His friend loved the gift so much Andrew wondered if there might be a bigger opportunity. To find out he created beer cap country which is so successful that Andrew was able to quit his regular full time job last October. In our beer segment we talk about Andrew’s home brewing experience, what’s it like to live in the craft beer mecca of San Diego and we taste his beer selection Belching Beaver Chocolate Peanut Butter Stout. From K 9 studios in Phoenix AZ, welcome to the retire hoppy podcast with Ted Carr and Roy Weinberg.
27 minutes | Jun 12, 2018
RH 018 Early Retirement and Voodoo Ranger
Today we celebrate the early retirement of one of our favorite guests – Fritz Gilbert of The Retirement Manifesto. Reflecting on his 33 years working for the same company – can you believe that – Fritz has come up with his top 6 lessons learned which he shares with us. Then in the fun segment of our show, also known as the beer segment, we toast Fritz’s retirement with New Belgium’s Voodoo Ranger Juicy haze. Welcome to the Retire Hoppy podcast with Ted Carr and Roy Weinberg.
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