Last October, I introduced a few friends and family to The Boston Advisor with this short post and today I’m excited to introduce the site revamp to a broader audience.
We’re in an amazing era of personal finance writing. After twenty years as a financial advisor, I wanted to contribute in a small way to the conversation. My book was being published, and I wanted an ongoing connection with my readers. I also hoped to reach new people who might need help managing their portfolios and building financial plans.
45 weeks and 73 posts later it was time to migrate the blog over from the starter Squarespace site I built to get more functionality and an improved reader experience through WordPress.
Check out the expanded About page, book reviews on the My Book page, and find posts on topics you’re interested in through the new search bar feature on the Home page (along with easier ways to share posts with others).
Most importantly, thanks to all of you for your continued support and readership. Blogging has taught me that if a tree falls in a forest and no one hears it, it didn’t make a sound.
Thanks for hearing the tree fall.