Anytime you get a raise at work, or reach a savings milestone you get nervous that it will all collapse soon and you’re unsure how to create consistency.
Whether you have ADHD or just deal with a lot of stress at your job, you struggle with impulse spending as a coping mechanism and you don’t know how to break the habit.
Conversations around money make you want to curl up and hide, but you know that your relationships are being impacted by not talking about it.
You’ll learn the easy habits you can implement to make your finances sustainable and consistent over time.
Get to the root of your impulse spending and learn how to replace that coping mechanism with an option that doesn’t hurt your wallet.
Walk away with a money self-care routine and the confidence and conversation starters to facilitate money talk with those closest to you.
Simple and accessible video lessons on
money routines, building and breaking habits, money self-care, how to facilitate money conversations and stop impulse spending.
What is a dopa-menu you ask? It’s a fillable template to help you avoid impulse spending and instead engage in other activities that will still give you the dopamine you crave.
Make money part of your self-care routine with this exercise. This itinerary will give you ideas to implement and a fillable template to follow.
Each lesson will have accompanying worksheets to keep you on track, and/or homework to make sure you see results.
These will showcase your starting point by getting you to look at your fixed expenses, income, debt and savings and exactly where your money is going each month.
No more avoiding talking about money, because you’ll have prompts both for casual conversations and for deep, important talks with your partner or family.