money and adhd

8 Proven ADHD Money Strategies

My clients Joe and Sarah called to work with me because one has ADHD, the other doesn’t, and the bills seemed to be an impossible situation. They have plenty of money to pay bills but have late charges, don’t feel…

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money talks

Money Talks: With Your Spouse, With Your Parents

Perhaps because it’s after tax season, I’m in many conversations about money and finances, professionally and personally. The two biggest topics? Talking with your spouse and talking with your aging parents. How would you begin a conversation with your spouse…

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money and adhd

Financial Clutter or “Stuff:” Highest Priority?

Decluttering priorities: Which makes more sense to start with:  finances and financial clutter or our regular, things and “stuff?” I hadn’t thought of this question before in quite this way, and it’s pertinent to decluttering projects to be sure. From…

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bill paying: start from where you are

Bill Paying Systems: 5 Steps to Create or Untangle Yours

Another “how to” post, part 2 of bill paying systems. I hope by now, you’ve answered the questions from my first blog post because they are crucial to setting up YOUR system, which fits how you think and work. I…

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bill paying - avoidance

Bill Paying Systems: How to Start

Bill paying systems: A reader asks  “Dear Sue: Do you have any suggestions on how to organize household bill paying? My husband does that now and I would like to come up to speed on it. I would like to…

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money talk with yourself

Money Talk with Yourself

How and why do you need to have a money talk with yourself? And especially before you talk with your spouse or your aging parents? We all have our own “money stuff,” or even “money clutter.” Here’s something to think…

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