My Final Post

Loyal readers, you have likely noticed that I have been away from the Living Financially Aware blog for some time. I had to focus on preparing to launch my new financial planning practice, Couples Financial Planning & Coaching, LLC. That took considerable time and did not allow me to blog here.

During that time, I also decided that I will no longer be posting on the LFA blog. There are a variety of reasons, most importantly because I want to keep things simple. I will be blogging (although likely less frequently) on my business website. Having one blog helps maintain simplicity. I encourage you to join me at www.couplesfinancialplanning.com to continue the discussion.

I do not intend to remove the content on this blog. Working on this was an important journey for me. It brought me back to financial planning after some very dark experiences. It allowed me to reconnect with the financial planning community and make many new friends. It has been wonderful.

Thank you for reading the Living Financially Aware blog. I hope to see you on my new site.

-Nathan-

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Daniel Milstein said...

That is true,Nathan. As an author and business man, I can relate to how you said, "During that time, I also decided that I will no longer be posting on the LFA blog". I hope more people discover your blog because you really know what you're talking about. Can't wait to read more from you!

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Tom@easyfinance said...

Its really sad to know that you wont be running this blog from now on Nathan. I have always been an avid reader of your blog but have always been a silent one. But today I couldn't control myself from posting over here. Though I am sad hearing your decision, at the same time I am glad to know that you are running another blog simultaneously. So from now on I will switch over there. Wish you all the best.

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