Inspiration

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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Simple Prosperity: Finding the Sweet Spot

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on March 10, 2009

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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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Retire Early Lifestyle

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on February 17, 2009

in Inspiration,Interviews

Tweet In 1991, Billy and Akaisha Kaderli retired at the age of 38. During the last 18 years, they have made it through bear markets and bull markets, lived in the States and overseas, and have traveled in an RV for over two years. They’ve owned homes and rented, and have found a different approach […]

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How I Became A Millionaire (Part 4: My Thirties)

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on February 9, 2009

in About Me,How To Guide,Inspiration

Tweet Note: This post is part of a series that starts here. Sticks And Bricks Having two major home renovations under our belt, we opted to create our third home from scratch this time around. In 1994 at age 30, we invested the $40,000 cash we had earned from our two previous sweat equity projects […]

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How I Became A Millionaire (Part 3: My Twenties)

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on February 5, 2009

in About Me,How To Guide,Inspiration

Tweet Note: This post is part of a series that starts here. Wake Up Call I was in my early twenties when friends and I took a fateful camping trip that changed our lives forever… My friend, Linda, divorced for three days, was a nutty sass all weekend. She chased wild bulls through the remote […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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