Happy Holidays from My Money Blog!

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I just wanted to take a moment and thank you for reading My Money Blog. I am grateful for your time and attention and hope that I provided something of value in exchange. I hope that your year has been bountiful and that you have enjoyed both success in your finances and the other critical components of wellness – healthy mind, healthy body, and healthy relationships. I hope that you find time this holiday period to appreciate all the hard work you and your family put forth this year. I forgot to budget for a fancy Christmas card graphic, so here are some artfully-decorated cookies from my kids:

(I might have eaten a jelly bean. Shhh.)

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Comments

  1. Happy Holidays to you too!

  2. Have you looked at any of Ray Dalio’s videos? He has some wonderful stuff that he’s condensed and simplified re economics.

  3. I want the one at the top with the M&M’s and the purple jelly bean! I lost my job at the end of October. This, combined with the stock market AND Bitcoin crashing, have made me less prosperous this year. Hopefully I can rebound next year.

  4. Thank you, Jonathan, for the instructive and interesting blog. All the best to you and your family this holiday season and in the come new year.

  5. I just want to thank you as I enjoy reading your blog.

  6. I found your blog recently and now I’m a follower. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and I hope you have a great holiday!

  7. Thank you, enjoy the blog. Merry Christmas

  8. Happy Holidays and thank you for the terrific information you share Jonathan!

  9. Thanks much! Appreciate your help to the broader community and the info you share! Truly an inspiration
    Happy Holidays to you and your family! Enjoy!

  10. Happy Holidays! You have helped me and so many others over the years with this blog. A deep and huge thank you and blessings to your loved ones. I am so glad that you have been able to make a living from this.

  11. Thanks a million for all your financial wisdom. We are a family of 6 living on a modest income so I can raise our 4 kids. I’m not sure we could have done it without all the help you have provided over years. Too many blessings to mention. May God bless you abundantly in 2019!

  12. I like reading your blog posts. There is always a thing or two to learn from them. Please keep them coming. Belated happy holiday and new year wishes to you and your family!

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