With statewide stay-at-home orders in place, I find my finances are strangely out of whack. I’m not spending much money on some things — eating out and getting a haircut — but my cash flow has changed because I buy two weeks of groceries at a time.
Since so many people have lost jobs and are struggling to stay afloat, I thought it might be helpful to tick off a few money-saving tips that work for ADHD brains.
You can’t know how to save money if you don’t know how you are spending money. I use the website and software called You Need a Budget (YNAB). Right now, YNAB is offering a free one-month trial. The program gets you on track to stay current with bills and have a cushion for next month. It sounds impossible to the ADHD brain, but it
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