·ADHD symptoms may make managing your money and financial records difficult. If you add the costs of medication and other treatments, and subtract the possible…
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Money, Money, Money
Saving money can be easy if we buy less. Every purchase we make has an impact. Whether it's on the environment, supports a local business, & whether it improves our own health & well-being. It all has an impact somewhere, somehow. A good way to approach it is to ask ourselves "do I really need this?" & "what impact will it have?", then go away for a bit & come back later. This pause can help us to really evaluate if we need to buy something or not. It can help us save our money, & our planet.
Neurotypical Budgeting Tips Don’t Work for ADHD Brains. These Do.
Bravely facing your current cash flow — the money that comes in and goes out — is the only way to gain control of your budget. That takes an ADHD-friendly written budget — and adherence to these other budgeting tips that work for ADHD brains.
12 Ways to Resist Impulse Buying: ADHD Shopping Secrets
Impulse buying leads to money problems for people with ADHD who struggle with impulsive behaviors, poor planning and organization, and other executive function deficits. Impulse buying also produces a quick dopamine rush, which ADHD brains crave. Here are smart shopping tips for reigning in your spending.
187: Smart Spending this Holiday Season — Nikki Kinzer • Take Control ADHD
This is not a naturally easy time of year if you’re struggling with ADHD. From hyper focus to anxiety and stress, we’re dealing with a new influx of stimuli that can hit is right where it hurts if we’re not careful: the bank account! Don’t let your natural untempered generosity get the better of your finances! On this #ADHDPodcast we share tips and strategies for managing finances without hitting the bottom line so hard! #AdultADHD