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The human brain has a lot psychological resistance to the entire idea of budgeting and dieting,” said financial psychologist Brad Klontz. To purposely cut out enjoyable things creates a sense of depravation and it leads to overspending and overeating.According to Klontz (@DrBradKlontz), establishing a budget with a “Fun Fund” is essential in order to motivate a person to stick to the spending plan.
When people get really excited about a certain goal, like a vacation or a new TV, saving is almost effortless. It becomes fun to do it,” said Klontz.
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