Money Mindfulness: 5 ways to balance mental health and financial stress

It’s easy to fall into a cycle of stress and avoidance when it comes to money. Sometimes, tackling big financial issues when you’re already struggling is too much, and that’s okay! We’ve collected five Money Mindfulness tips to help control your finances while you focus on your mental health.


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If you’re struggling to remember tasks, try setting up automatic payments to avoid late fees.


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Running errands with sensory issues can be difficult. Check if your grocery store offers sensory-friendly hours so you can shop without stress and skip expensive delivery fees.


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Delete credit card info and shopping apps from your phone to avoid impulse purchases.


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Do you struggle to track your spending? Try using cash as a physical reminder of your budget.


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Feeling guilty about a purchase? It’s okay to return an item or resell it later to get your money back.

No one should have to struggle with debt alone. A Licensed Insolvency Trustee can help you renegotiate with your creditors and find a debt solution that works for you. Call 1-844-4GT-DEBT or book online for your free consultation.  

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