Tips For Budgeting With Adhd

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If you’re reading this post, there’s a good chance that you have been diagnosed with ADHD and are looking for some tips to help manage your money better. Or perhaps you know someone who has ADHD and want to share these helpful tips with them. Either way, we hope this post will be of use … Read more

How To Budget And Save On A Low Income

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Welcome to! As a financial psychologist, I understand how challenging it can be to budget and save on a low income. However, with the right strategies and mindset, anyone can create and stick to a budget, cut back on expenses, and start saving money. In this post, I’ll share some tips and tricks for … Read more

Learn: Debt Relief Strategies

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Are you feeling overwhelmed by debt? If so, don’t worry – there are ways to overcome these challenges and take back control of your financial life. We’ll cover a range of debt relief strategies that can help you get on top of your debts and start living the life you want. So, let’s dive right … Read more

7 Ways To Improve Your Financial Literacy And Build Wealth


I believe that building financial literacy is crucial for achieving long-term financial success. Financial literacy encompasses understanding how money works, making informed decisions about finances, and planning for financial security. By improving your financial literacy, you can take control of your finances and build wealth over time. We will explore seven ways to improve your … Read more

Preparing Yourself Mentally Before Starting A New Job

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Preparing yourself mentally before starting a new job is crucial to set up positive expectations and reduce anxiety. In this post, we will explore strategies to mentally prepare for a new job and how it can impact your work performance. One of the most effective ways to mentally prepare for a new job is by … Read more

Embracing Loss: Challenges In Personal Finance

Embracing loss doesn’t mean accepting defeat or giving up on our financial goals. Instead, it means acknowledging that setbacks are a natural part of life and using them as an opportunity to learn and grow.

Starting an Inclusive Artistic Community

Embracing inclusivity in artistic communities is essential for building thriving and supportive spaces where every voice matters.

Understanding Your Money Triggers

To effectively address your financial triggers, you need to understand what’s causing them in the first place. This can involve taking a close look at how you feel about money, how others around you interact with it, and even exploring the role that psychological factors like impulsivity or perfectionism may play in your spending habits. … Read more

Developing Hobbies for a Fulfilling Retirement

Retirement is a time when many seniors find themselves with a lot more free time than they’re used to. While this can be a great opportunity to relax and enjoy life, it can also lead to feelings of boredom or purposelessness if not managed properly. Developing hobbies and passions during retirement is an excellent way … Read more

How the Sharing Economy Can Sustain Both Economic Growth and Environmental Protection

The sharing economy is a model of consumption that involves the sharing of resources or assets between individuals, rather than owning them outright. This can include everything from ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft to home-sharing platforms like Airbnb. The idea behind the sharing economy is to offer an alternative to traditional consumerism, which is … Read more

How gambling addiction affects family dynamics

Gambling addiction is a serious issue that affects not only the individual suffering from it but also has profound consequences on their families. The ripple effect of gambling addiction can cause emotional, financial, and relationship stress within a family unit, impacting everyone’s wellbeing. We will these aspects and provide some insights into how to tackle … Read more

Microfinance and Solidarity

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From the bustling street markets of Bangladesh to the vibrant farming communities in Uganda, people around the world are harnessing the power of collective financial resilience to transform their lives. They are participants in an empowering movement known as microfinance, which is redefining economic landscapes, stimulating entrepreneurship, and fostering shared prosperity. At the intersection of … Read more

Uncovering Investor Psychology in the Digital Age

In the complicated world of finance, understanding the psychological factors that influence investor behavior has become a lucrative skillset. Behavioral Finance, a field that melds the study of psychology with financial decision-making, sheds light on the complexities of investor behavior beyond the traditional models of finance. With the advent of social media, a vast, untapped … Read more

Overcoming the Benefits Cliff & Building Financial Resilience

Navigating the precarious tightrope of financial security is a journey fraught with challenges, particularly for those teetering on the edge of the benefits cliff. This metaphorical cliff represents the point where a slight increase in income results in the disproportionate loss of public assistance, often leaving individuals and families worse off than before. It’s a … Read more

How Climate Change is Reshaping Retirement Planning

Lily Kensington dives into the challenges climate change poses to retirement planning, offering insights and strategies to secure your financial future in a warming world.

Money Management Misconceptions in My Marriage?

Capture the essence of building a strong financial foundation in marriage, emphasizing teamwork, growth, and mutual support.

A Single Parent’s Roadmap to Retirement

Gain insights into effective retirement planning strategies tailored for single parents, ensuring a secure and comfortable future for you and your children.

Unspoken Utopia: Non-essential workers in an Age of Enforced Leisure

The dawn of automation and technological advancements has ushered in an age where labor is increasingly delegated to machines, creating a new class labeled as “non-essential workers.” This societal shift, though promising a utopia of leisure and personal fulfillment, has equally delivered a perplexing conundrum. The question echoes, loud and clear: What happens when work, … Read more

Budgeting with Bipolar: Financial Highs and Lows

When it comes to managing finances, individuals with bipolar disorder face unique challenges. Bipolar disorder, characterized by alternating periods of elevated mood (mania) and depression, can significantly impact a person’s ability to make sound financial decisions. During manic phases, an individual might be prone to impulsive spending, taking on debts, or making high-risk investments. On … Read more

How To Make Money with Artificial Intelligence

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In the digital age, AI is transforming business and creativity. Seven lucrative ways to make money with AI include AI-powered content creation, AI-driven art, AI-powered video storytelling, digital design solutions, AI-driven web design, AI in audio content, and AI-crafted online courses. Embracing AI’s potential for profit requires differentiation and commitment to quality.