by Millionaire Mommy Next Door

Financial Calculators

110 Financial Calculators: Fast Answers to Your Money Questions

Blogs & Websites

Personal Finance:

Alltop: Personal Finance (directory)
Alpha Consumer
Barbara Stanny “Revolutionizing Women’s Relationship with Money”
Brip Blap “Life, money and everything in between”
Consumerism Commentary “Teaching you how to build an inspired, successful business”
Fabulous Financials
Financial Mentor “Investment Advice, Financial Coaching, Retirement Planning Education”
Frugal Dad
Get Rich Slowly
Girls Just Wanna Have Funds
I Will Teach You To Be Rich
Liz Pulliam Weston
Manisha Thakor
Man vs Debt “Get Out Of Debt… Get Into Life.”
Millionaire Moms “The art of raising a business and a family at the same time”
My Money Blog
Personal Finance Blog Aggregator
Smart Spending “combines the best money-saving tips from MSN Money and the rest of the Web.”
Squawk Fox
The Baglady
The Digerati Life
The Simple Dollar
Thomas J. Stanley Author of The Millionaire Next Door and other books on America’s wealthy population.
Wise Bread


Calculated Risk
Financial Armageddon
Housing Crash News
Jim Jubak,  investing columnist
MISH’S Global Economic Trend Analysis
Of Two Minds
Paul Krugman – New York Times
Seeking Alpha
The Big Picture
MSN Money: This Week’s Commentary

Life Hacks, Personal Development, Happiness:

Alltop: Lifehacks
Dumb Little Man “Tips for Life”
Makes Me Think “Today’s Thought-Provoking Life Stories”
Marc and Angel Hack Life “Practical Tips for Productive Living”
PsyBlog “Understand Your Mind”
The Happiness Project
Zen Habits “Simple Productivity”


Early Retirement Extreme
Eli Gerzon’s Worldschooler Blog “Writer, Traveller, Worldschooler”
Location Independent Living
Retire Early Lifestyle
Retirement: A Full-Time Job
The Art Of Nonconformity “Unconventional Strategies for Life, Work and Travel”
Simple Living Network
The Professional Hobo “Adventures of a Girl with No Fixed Address”
Tim Ferriss “Lifestyle Design”

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Mo December 19, 2008 at 4:41 am

your original blog with its treasure map to riches and baby steps to financial freedom was brilliant. where has it gone?


admin December 19, 2008 at 9:23 am

Mo — my original .blogpot domain web site was hacked and disabled in Oct 2008 so I’ve had to start anew here. You can read this post: to learn more about this.

I am reworking the baby steps a bit and will repost them here over time. Thanks for your interest!


Anne April 26, 2010 at 2:17 pm

About that orginal blog–you wrote about a momentum approach to investing where you were using FundX as an investment too. Are you still using FundX?


Millionaire Mommy Next Door April 26, 2010 at 2:37 pm

Anne, I use the NoLoad FundX (DAL) subscription newsletter to guide my investing choices. I chose it based on the track record reported by Hulbert Financial Digest several years ago. FYI, in the last DAL newsletter (April 2010), they report that the Model Growth Portfolio (MUP) now has a 12 year track record of +231% vs +30% for the S&P 500. Please note that you must execute the Upgrading strategy in a disciplined way. I compare my portfolio holdings monthly and upgrade promptly when indicated.


Bankruptcy Ben June 17, 2010 at 8:25 pm

Thank your for the list i’m working through them now. If there as good as your blog I’ll never be productive again:)


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