March 2009

Tweet Emma Johnson from MSN Money pitched me the link to her recent article, Will you end up supporting your parents?, and I have to confess, her article brought up very uncomfortable memories for me. 15 years ago, my mom and I started having conversations about how she planned to handle her retirement. She’d admittedly […]

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Has the economy / market hit bottom?

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on March 23, 2009

in Economy

Tweet I think it depends on what you believe got us into this economic crisis: A)  If you believe the crisis was caused by government incompetence, then all you need to do is move out of the country to find relief.  (Oh yeah… but this is a global recession…) B)  If you believe it was […]

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Tweet Note: This post is part of a series about how I became a millionaire. The series starts here. The most recent installment (my 30’s) is here. Happiness Is A Choice After exiting the growing real estate bubble by selling our home, our intention was to take a year-long travel adventure across America in a […]

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What You’ve Been Missing If You Aren’t Following Me On Twitter

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on March 16, 2009

in About Me,Resources

Tweet I view Twitter, one of the Web’s fastest-growing social networks, as mini-blogging. It is revolutionizing communication and changing how some entrepreneurs do business. On this blog, I tend to write long posts, but on Twitter, I’m limited to using just 140 characters or less. When I started “tweeting” two months ago, I had no […]

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Simple Prosperity: Finding the Sweet Spot

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on March 10, 2009

in About Me,Book Review,Inspiration,Interviews

Tweet David Wann is a writer, filmmaker, and speaker on the topic of sustainable lifestyles. He’s coauthor of the book Affluenza: The All-Consuming Epidemic, a best seller that’s now in nine languages. Simple Prosperity: Finding Real Wealth in a Sustainable Lifestyle is Wann’s vision of a lifestyle that’s immune to Affluenza, and his book in […]

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Tweet People create blogs for many reasons: to keep in touch with family and friends; to promote a product or service; to make money working from home. A few full-time bloggers reportedly earn a very healthy income from blogging. Bloggers sell links and space to advertisers and generate referral income from affiliate sales programs. For […]

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