I’m Thankful For You…


Today is Thanksgiving in the United States. It is a time for us to reflect on everything we are thankful for.

I have the usual list that most people would recite, family, friends, a great job and much, much more. Today, at least here on Money Manifesto, I’d like to focus on something else.

I’m Thankful For You (Yes… You! The Reader!)

When I started my blog I had no idea if anyone would ever read it. Today you are reading.

I don’t care if you’re a regular and read every single post (but I do greatly appreciate it) or if you just happened to stumble upon my blog today. I am thankful for you all!

I am thankful for the opportunity to educate and (hopefully) entertain you while I talk about something that I enjoy.

If I can ever help you, please let me know. Leave a comment, send me an email, tweet me on Twitter, write on my Facebook page. Get in touch! I love hearing from readers.

Thank you for your support and I look forward to the next year here at Money Life and More.

Now get off the computer and go spend some time with your family already!

Or feel free to browse my prior posts!

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About Lance Cothern

Lance Cothern, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia, is the founder of Money Manifesto. You can read more about him here or connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Pinterest.


  1. Awww…thanks Lance! I’m thankful for you too man. *Man hug*


    Have a great Thanksgiving!

  2. Happy Thanksgiving! I am just checking in as my family is eating breakfast…………

  3. Mandy @MoneyMasterMom says:

    Happy Thanksgiving. Even though we celebrate thanksgiving in October (crazy Canucks) I always enjoy the reminder 6 weeks later that we have lots to be thankful for.

  4. Happy Thanksgiving!

  5. K.K. @ Living Debt Free Rocks! says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you! As a Canuck living in the U.S. I celebrate both Thanksgivings…why not eh ;)

  6. I’m thankful for you!

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