Prioritize values over spending. Imagine an obstacle-free life. Save by outsourcing tasks that hinder ADHD challenges.
To overcome procrastination, break tasks into smaller steps. When dealing with finances, tackle assets and debts on separate days.
ADHD or not, track spending by categorizing recurring and variable expenses for better cash flow and budgeting.
Impulse spending can be linked to addressing personal challenges. Consider if a purchase truly benefits you, and budget for unplanned buys.
To control spending, remove stored card info for online shops and use cash when possible. It curbs impulsive buying.
Prepare for life's surprises: start an emergency fund with $500-$1,000, eventually saving 3-6 months of expenses.
Use visual cues like progress charts, pictures, or goal-tracking apps to stay motivated and focused on your financial goals.