Debt Reduction

Tweet Wow. Thanks for all the curious/concerned emails lately asking, Where are you? All okay? It feels awesome to be missed :>) I’m fine; just took a blogging break. Actually, I’ve been writing a quite a bit lately, just not here… forums, media inquiry replies and interviews, a book proposal and outline, coaching followups, storybooks […]


What Science Says About Debt and Obesity

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on January 11, 2010

in Debt Reduction,Guest Post

Tweet This is a guest post written by Matthew Papa, PhD. The current economic state worldwide has led to an increase in the number of people living in high-income countries who can be considered over-indebted — owing more money than they can repay. While there are many negative factors associated with indebtedness, a new study […]


How To Track Your Expenses

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on January 5, 2010

in Debt Reduction,How To Guide,Resources

Tweet Money flows like water. It can gush like a raging river or drip like an annoying leaky faucet at midnight. If we use this precious resource mindlessly, we face drought. However, if we first observe the ebbs and flows, effective management becomes a simple matter of design. In other words, you NEED to know […]


Tweet ‘Tis the season for buying, buying, buying. And then, if you’re like the typical consumer, you’ll spend the better part of next year paying, paying, paying for it! My suggestion? If you don’t have the cash set aside specifically for purchasing holiday gifts, then don’t do it. It really is that simple. I know […]


Lose The Extra Weight and You Are Likely To Increase Your Wealth

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on October 14, 2009

in Debt Reduction

Tweet In my last post, I shared the bummer news that being in debt doubles your risk of being overweight. Since the poll I included with my last post shows that roughly 45% of the readers who responded are overweight, I thought I’d share the encouraging news I dug up today: Overweight Americans who lose a […]


Being in Debt Doubles Your Risk of Being Overweight

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on October 8, 2009

in Debt Reduction

Tweet The likelihood of being overweight or obese doubled with increasing indebtedness, an association that could not be explained by other socioeconomic or medical factors, according to an article published online in the journal BMC Public Health. Adam Baker, mid-twenties, boldly exposes his dual battle with debt and weight by openly blogging all about it. […]


Tweet Rebecca commented: I enjoy these posts – thanks for adding a voice of reason given the vast propensity to imagine the solution to the problem is doing more of the thing that caused the problem. We’ve collectively been telling ourselves the same stories so long it’s hard to ram home still that they *are* […]