January 2009

Tweet Note: This post is part of a series that starts here. After high school, I wanted to be a professional dog trainer so I enrolled in college to study the psychology of learning, animal science and animal behavior. I was working 30+ hours a week to pay my own tuition and after three semesters, […]


Tweet One of the most complicated questions I’m asked is, “How, exactly, did you do it? How did you become a millionaire?”. I find myself scratching my head and “uhmm”-ing in response, not because I don’t remember, but because it was a process rather than one identifiable event. My short answer is this: we lived […]


Readers’ Questions Answered

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on January 12, 2009

in Mailbag

Tweet Are you still renting? Will you ever buy a home again? Yes, we’re still renting. We’ve been renting since we sold our last home in May 2003 in anticipation of the housing market crash. As home prices plummet in today’s market, we’re watching the price-to-rent ratios. When this number drops once again to long-term […]


Suze Orman’s 2009 Action Plan

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on January 8, 2009

in Book Review,Debt Reduction,How To Guide

Tweet Suze Orman outlined her 2009 Action Plan today on the Oprah Show. For the next week, you can download her new book for free or order a print copy of Suze Orman’s 2009 Action Planat Amazon for $9.99. Here are the notes I took from the show today: Tell the truth. Take an honest […]


I’m Trying, no, Doing Twitter

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on January 8, 2009

in Uncategorized

Tweet As Yoda said to Luke (in Star Wars), “Try not. Do… or do not. There is no try.” So I’m twitterdoing… (http://twitter.com/MillionMommyND). Tweet


10 Essentials for Success

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on January 7, 2009

in Guest Post,Success Principles

Tweet Publisher and Editorial Director of SUCCESS magazine, Darren Hardy, offers the following advice on how to make 2009 your best year ever: 1. Decide to be Successful – Success is not a dream, hope or fantasy; it is a decision. Make the decision to change, improve and act on your ambitions. 2. Design your […]