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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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.
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.