A Thank You

I interrupt my irregularly scheduled monthly post to offer two quick “thank you’s.” First, though the passing of my mom, Godfather, and father-in-law over the last several years cut my subscriber base by nearly 70%, thank you to those of you who continue reading my posts. And my thanks to your tech teams for being unable to successfully unsubscribe you from my monthly missives.

Your patronage and the traffic around my Escape Artists and Memorial Day posts lead to my second shout out, which is to Feedspot. Last month they included this blog in their Top 100 New York Blogs and Websites to Follow in 2019. LivingEd was listed at #86, though it has slipped to #94 at the time of this posting. (Probably the result of interference from Russian hackers.) Stop by Feedspot and sign up for their Newsletter.

Thank you. Tell a friend. Write on. Read on.

3 thoughts on “A Thank You

  1. Hey Ed, Congratulations!

    Steve

    *Steven Bavaria, former executive of Bank of Boston and Standard & Poor’s, is a financial writer. Check out his book Too Greedy for Adam Smith: CEO Pay and the Demise of Capitalism at **http://www.amazon.com/Too-Greedy-Adam-Smith-Capitalism/dp/0692491252 ** and his articles about the Income Factory**™️ (**soon to be a book published by McGraw-Hill)* *on Seeking Alpha (**https://seekingalpha.com/author/steven-bavaria/articles#regular_articles **), He is a graduate of Georgetown University and New England School of Law.*

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About Ed Manning

Father. Husband. Writer. Songwriter. Pianist (careful how you say that). Market research, Technology Biz Dev and Sales. Aspiring (aspirating) Triathlete.