April 2009

Tweet As the current lease on our rented condo rolls towards the end of the contracted dates, some of our friends are asking us, once again, when we plan to stop renting and buy our next home. When I share my findings that renting is still cheaper than owning in our town, some suggest we […]


How To Find A Job, Despite The Recession!

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on April 17, 2009

in Economy,How To Guide,Making Money,Resources

Tweet With 13.2 million people currently unemployed in the United States, ABC’s television program, The View, aired a themed show this week on jobs: where to find one, how to get one, what to do if you become unemployed, job ideas for stay-at-home moms, and how to start a “job club”. Because this is such […]


Tweet Much has been written about how to lose weight, but it all boils down to just two things: Eat less Exercise more Similarly, much has been written about getting wealthy, and again, the “secret” boils down to only two things: Spend less money than you earn (or to put it another way, make more […]


Plan A and Plan B

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on April 6, 2009

in Giving,Investing,Raising Money-Smart Kids,Success Principles

Tweet In response to my recent post, Will your parents’ financial decisions leave you holding the bag?, Steve wrote, I agree with the premise that a person’s retirement should be taken care of before saving for a child’s education, but saving enough for one’s own future seems to be a moving target. When does a […]