Imagine you had... easy to follow plan to get good with money that will take you from feeling stressed and overwhelmed, to being in-control and having peace of mind about your finances.

How awesome would that be?!


"This is the first book that actually makes me feel like I won't fail this time"

This book is amazing! I’m probably a 1/4 way through and I have to say this is the first book that actually makes me feel like I won’t fail this time.

I’ve tried so many books , websites etc but fall off the wagon. I love the mantra “ Delay , Distract, Decide”.

I feel this is the first book that will change my spending habits positively and help me have a much healthier relationship to money. I am work in progress but so far so good and highly recommend.

— Jane O. - Australia


The biggest reason why someone struggles with impulse buying is...


Nearly all of us has fallen for the excitement of impulse buying at least once. This is because emotions play a huge role in not just what we buy, but WHY we buy.

Does any of this sound familiar?

You use shopping as a coping mechanism when you’re feeling stressed.

Money is simply more than just dollars and cents. Your relationship with money is emotional.

Had a bad day at work? Unwind by doing some online shopping.
Feeling stressed? Treat yourself to Starbucks.

You’re a natural spender and you’ve been using shopping as a way to cope when you’re feeling down. It’s an easy way to boost your self-esteem and gain a sense of control.  

You spend hours browsing online stores when you’re bored and feel like you can’t stop until you’ve purchased something.

You're constantly scrolling through online stores hunting for that next item to buy. You know it’s a mindless activity, but it feels like you’re being productive when you research products, compare prices, and buy stuff.

You feel like you should just be able to “stop shopping”, but can’t seem to kick the habit. The only way to stop obsessing about an item is to just buy it.

You live a 9 to 5 life, which makes you feel burnt out and tired. You don’t really feel like doing anything when you get home, so instead you just scroll on social media, buy stuff to boost your mood, and then 'rinse and repeat'.

You feel like you’ll be more beautiful with new clothes, new shoes, new makeup, and so on.

You're constantly falling for “the more you buy, the more you save” marketing trick.

You’re smart and have pretty good willpower to resist other temptations in life, but when it comes to shopping – especially sales and limited-edition items – it seems like all your willpower goes out the window.

When you see something that’s low in stock, you feel a sudden sense of urgency to buy it – even if you can’t afford it.

There’s always that ONE brand or item that gets you. It’s more than just about buying stuff, it’s about wanting the lifestyle that’s portrayed in ads – the luxury vacation, the fancy car, the handsome partner, and the financial success.

You buy stuff that you think you absolutely need to have, but it ends up sitting untouched.

You tend to buy clothes and other items for your fantasy life. It feels good to imagine wearing that cute dress to brunch with your friends or those fancy swimsuits to the beach.

But in reality, you rarely go out for brunch or to the beach, which means these items end up collecting dust in your closet with the price tag still attached.

Sometimes you buy stuff “just because” it’s on sale or “just in case” you might need it someday. But that someday rarely comes or you don’t like the item anymore.

You want to stop shopping, but you have an overwhelming need to buy things to solidify your sense of self (your ego).

It feels good to get tons of compliments when wearing a new outfit that it makes it hard to stop shopping. You convince yourself that if you buy this item, it will help you understand who you are and show your worth to others.

You want to become less obsessed with buying and collecting stuff and find enjoyment from other things in life, but that’s not what’s happening right now.

You feel guilty (and a little embarrassed) when you see another package delivered on your doorstep.

You love shopping and spending money. You become obsessed about tracking your package after placing an online order.

You LOVE the anticipation of something arriving in the mail. It feels like Christmas or your birthday.

You love having something to look forward to because it feels like you don't have much to look forward to in your life right now. You convince yourself that after you get this, then you’ll finally be able to start living the life you’ve always wanted.

There’s something about online shopping that hits differently than walking into a store and coming out with something.

It’s because with online shopping there's the "thrill of the hunt" and a sense of anticipation after making a purchase. It started off slowly, but now your compulsive buying has gotten out of hand.

You’re tired of looking at your bank account and seeing zero savings. You’re ready to put in the work and get your financial life together!

If ANY of these sound familiar, then you're in the right place.

You need to shop with intention and create a plan for your spending asap.

Right now is the most critical time to get good with money.

It’s the difference between stepping into the driver’s seat of your spending or continuing to stay stuck where you are right now and letting your emotions take the wheel.

I have spent the past several years learning about money and the psychology behind why it's SO hard to stop shopping. My life has done a complete 180 from those days when I felt trapped in a black hole of mindless buying.

After teaching thousands of people through the Mint Notion blog, I’ve developed a strategic method that works to shop with intention and take back control of their spending.

This is not your average method: it actually makes sense because it focuses on healing from the inside out and can help your future actions align with your values and goals.

If you’re ready to stop the mindless buying and call back your power: this is the secret to getting your financial life together.

"It may change your life!"

I have a shopping problem and this book has put things into perspective for me and provided a multitude of ideas, thoughts and nuggets of wisdom to help me with whatever is leading me to overspend on stuff I don’t need.

Check out the blog first and if it resonates with you, pick up a copy of the book. It may change your life!

Byron O. - Canada

Get The Intentional Spender for just $47 (It's a $97 value)

  • Includes The Intentional Spender e-book, which will show you exactly what steps you can take RIGHT NOW to become a more conscious spender and how to want less and be happy about it. ($47 value)
  • Includes The Intentional Spender Workbook, designed to walk you through the practical strategies taught in the book and how to implement them in real life. ($23 value)
  • Includes our bestselling printable Budget Planner, which will allow you create a realistic budget that's aligned with your goals. ($27 value)

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What You'll Learn

By the end of this 21-day program, you’ll walk away with 2 fundamental concepts:

Mindset Shift

You’ll learn how to shift your mindset from scarcity to abundance so you can regulate uncomfortable emotions without turning to retail therapy, identify and effectively manage your spending triggers, and how to want less and be happy.

Action & Strategy

You'll create an actionable and realistic plan for your money during this 21-day program so you can align your spending with your goals. Knowing the “how” isn’t enough. You need a game plan to carry out.

This was developed specifically to teach you how to gain clarity and give you peace of mind about your money!

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Because when you don’t have a solid plan for your money….

  • It’s easy to let your spending spiral out of control.
  • You don't have clarity on where your money is going or how to fix any spending leaks.
  • You feel like you’re working so hard but have nothing to show for it.
  • You run the risk of growing your credit card debt instead of your savings.
  • You become tired of living paycheck to paycheck every month.

And the worst part? ...You know if you don’t make a change, 2023 will look a lot like 2022 did. And that’s not a risk you’re willing to take.

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You'll learn how to take back control of your spending – even after years of giving into impulse buying.

After overcoming my own shopping addiction, learning how to want less, building multiple six-figures in savings, and teaching countless others implement better money habits…

  • You'll discover how good it feels to reach your goals and have the financial freedom that you desire.
  • You'll experience how good it feels to spend more time doing the things you love – the things that truly fulfill you.
  • It’s all possible with The Intentional Spender!

"The Intentional Spender completely changed my view on my own spending habits and provided the tools I needed to set financial goals and stick to them"

I never thought of myself as having a shopping addiction. I knew I wasn't saving as much as I could and that I was spending countless hours online browsing/shopping and that sometimes random bits and pieces would find themselves in my virtual or physical shopping cart.

I never thought of myself as having a shopping addiction until I read The Intentional Spender. The Intentional Spender is the perfect pairing of a psychological analysis as to why we keep adding to cart and the practical tools to be an intentional spender.

The Intentional Spender completely changed my view on my own spending habits and provided the tools I needed to set financial goals and stick to them.

I am so thankful for the encouragement and motivation I feel from reading The Intentional Spender. I feel a renewed sense of hope and I know I will be more mindful about my spending in the future.

— Casey P. - Canada


Are you ready? 

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It's time to take action and learn from me inside this 21-day program...

which right now is just $47.

"This book gives you a 360 view about your spending habits and how to respond to them"

Useful and helpful. It is written very open, and I am sure you will appreciate every page!

Sonja T. - Germany

Here's just some of what you'll learn inside The Intentional Spender...


  • The simple strategy to discover your unshakable driving force that will align your actions with what you value most.
  • 5 key questions that you can ask yourself today to help you unleash your purpose.
  • The single most important element of sustaining the motivation to reach your goals.


  • The secret to setting powerful money goals that you can actually achieve.
  • The TRUTH about why most people fail to reach your goals and what you can do differently.
  • 4 easy steps to goal setting so you can flip your money script and live a more abundant life.


  • Overcome negative emotions and better manage your feelings in 5 easy steps.
  • Discover how to live a happier and more fulfilling life without giving up shopping.
  • Go from worrier to warrior in just 21 days.


  • The ONE thing you must do to improve your relationship with money and radically change your life.
  • 5 steps to let go of the guilt and shame so you can reclaim your power and become the most authentic version of you.
  • How to get rid of self-doubt once and for all.


When you change your thoughts, you can change your life. Many of us have limiting beliefs that hold us back from living the life we desire.

This stops our growth and our path to success. Here you’ll learn how to change your story by unblocking any limiting beliefs you have and ditching the negative self-talk.  


A common reason why people overspend is because they don’t know where their money is going.

One of the key steps in improving your money mindset and gaining control of your financial situation is to start tracking your spending.

You’ll learn how identify any spending leaks and how to fix them so your spending is aligned with your goals.


If you’re a visual learner like me, you’ll love this simple tool to get a sense of what you’ll spend and when. This is an easy way to get ahead in your finances and get into the habit of saving money.


You’ll learn the same budgeting method that I used to overcome my shopping addiction and build over six-figures in savings.

It can prevent you from overspending and resist making impulse buys. If you’ve struggled sticking to traditional budgeting methods, then a zero-based budget might be the perfect solution for you.

Whether you get paid once a month, biweekly, or earn irregular income – this budgeting method can work for you.


Research has shown that when paying with credit cards, we are willing to spend twice as much than when paying with cash. This can lead to overspending or run the risk of growing your credit card debt.

Using cash envelopes can be an easy way to make it impossible to prevent spending money you don’t have – because you’re using cash (or your debit card) to pay for your purchases.

You’ll learn how to starting using this simple budgeting hack to spend less and save more money.


Sinking funds are an easy and effective strategy to plan for large purchases. You’ll learn how to start using sinking funds in your budget to save money, keep your debt low, and make purchases without stress.


Your emotions can play a central role in influencing your decision-making process, which can lead to spending money based on how you feel in a certain moment without considering your budget first. You’ll learn how to identify your emotional spending triggers and how to manage them for good.


A spending trigger can be anything that tempts you to spend money. The first step in overcoming your spending triggers is to identify them.

You’ll learn a simple method to determine what your spending triggers are so you can put actions in place that will force you to pause and think before making a purchase.  


Your mindset can have a huge impact in how you think about money. The scarcity mentality can make you feel negative emotions, which can influence your actions and spending habits.

You’ll learn how to challenge your scarcity thoughts and shift to an abundance mindset, which you can use to reach your goals, grow your savings, and improve your well-being.


Whether you want to admit it or not, a lack of gratitude is often at the center of a shopping addiction.

You’ll learn simple strategies that you can start using today to practice gratitude, which can make you feel more positive emotions, learn how to want less, build stronger relationships, and improve your self-control – especially when it comes to resisting those impulse buys.


Decluttering is one of the fastest and most powerful ways to manifest more abundance into your life.

You’ll learn the surprising reason why we accumulate so much stuff in the first place, and a step-by-step guide on how to declutter so you can make space for the life you desire.


A no-buy month is a popular strategy to take a break from shopping so you can re-examine your shopping and spending habits and gain control over areas where you tend to budget your budget.

You’ll learn useful techniques to do a successful no-buy (or low-buy) month without feeling deprived or binging when it’s over.


Many people rely on their willpower to resist the temptation to impulse buy. But willpower is an exhaustible resource, which means if you think it’s the key to success, you’re going to be disappointed and fail.

Instead, you’ll learn how to put healthy boundaries in place that are more effective and easier than using willpower alone. (Hint: It’s more than just unsubscribing to store emails).


An impulse buy is when you purchase something that you weren’t planning to, because you suddenly want it when you see it.

You’ll learn the psychology behind why it’s SO hard to stop shopping and 24 actionable strategies to shop more intentionally.


If you’re a spender at heart like me, you know how easy it can be to justify any purchase. It’s not enough to ask yourself, “Do I need this?” before buying something.

Instead, you’ll learn over 30 deep questions to understand your true motivation behind WHY you want to buy something so you can make better spending choices.


Did you know that research has found that some of the top retailers use over 30 different features on their websites that can lead you to make impulse buys?

You’ll learn the insider secrets that companies and online influencers use in their advertising and marketing campaigns that trick you into spending more money.

Knowing these marketing tactics can allow you to become a savvy shopper and be more intentional about your purchases.


The road to success is not a straight line and we all have tough days, which can make it easy to fall back into old spending habits.

If you slip, that’s not a bad thing. That’s how you grow. I’ll show you common reasons why you might slip and how to follow a five-step game plan to bounce back even better than before.

And in order to support you, you'll also receive...

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The Intentional Spender: Workbook

Easy-to-use workbook to implement the practical strategies and habits taught in the e-book.

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Budget Planner Printables

My bestselling printable Budget Planner and other bonuses to have peace of mind about your money.

Now it's your turn to...

You can stop the mindless cycle of scrolling and buying more “stuff”.

Shopping is like a treasure hunt for you. But the weird part is, you love the “hunting and capturing” process more than the actual stuff.

Especially when it comes to online shopping. It’s fun to envision how that item is going to transform your life, tracking the shipment, and waiting for it to be delivered.

But then when the item finally arrives, you open the box and are faced with the reality that you spent money.

The item that you were so excited about isn’t actually going to transform your life the way you had hoped. Instead, it ends up sitting on a shelf or forgotten in the back of your closet.

You can get better mileage from your wardrobe and stay fashionable without blowing your budget.

I know what it’s like to buy clothes that are too small, thinking that it will motivate you to lose enough weight to fit into them someday.

I like to call them "just in case" clothes. Such as just in case I go on vacation or just in case I need this for a special occasion.

Perhaps you buy designer shoes and other status items to show others that you’re a worthy human and must be doing well financially. (I was definitely guilty of doing this).

In this e-book, I’ll show you how to become a conscious shopper, how to feel good about your wardrobe, your wallet, and most importantly – yourself.

You’ll learn how to spend with purpose and change your shopping habits for good.

You can say YES to spending money on the things that matter most to you, without letting frivolous stuff distract you.

You have a hard time telling yourself “no” to the things you want and can easily justify every purchase.

But you’re tired of having no savings and feeling like you’re on the hamster wheel of mindless buying.

You’re ready to take back control of your spending and find happiness and enjoyment from other things in life.

In this e-book, I’ll show you how to uncover the WHY behind what you are buying and not just the WHAT you’re buying.

You’ll learn how to get to the ROOT cause behind your shopping habit and how to effectively manage your spending triggers.

You can live a life free from credit card debt.

Shopping is a coping mechanism for you and it's served you well over the years. You've had good times shopping, but now it's time to let it go.

It's kind of scary to let it go, but you're ready to call back all of your power. You have the ability to deal with stress and uncomfortable emotions in a million different ways.

You're ready to open yourself up to those new and exciting possibilities.

You're ready to finally see your savings account grow and crush your money goals.

You're ready to find financial freedom and live life debt-free.

Hey there, I'm Eden!

And I'm going to teach you how to take back control of your spending!

I used to love shopping, trying on clothes, and searching for that next item to buy. In the beginning, I was a bargain hunter. I didn't really care about brands, but loved having something unique to wear.

But slowly, my taste in fashion started getting more expensive. Designers shoes and handbags became my weakness. Living in a big city like Toronto made me feel like I needed to own certain items and do certain things in order to show my worth to others.

If I was walking on the street and someone saw my shoes or handbag, it would give off that "silent flex" that I was successful and had my life together. But the truth was, I was making an entry-level salary and couldn't afford to keep up with the "lifestyle" that I was trying to portray.

I used retail therapy for years to cope with stress, which left me feeling unsatisfied and frustrated about my finances.

After being burntout from the 9 to 5 life, it seemed like scrolling and buying stuff to make me happy was the easiest solution. I thought having a big wardrobe would make me more likeable, happier, confident, and help me land that job promotion.

But many of these items would sit untouched in my closet with the price tag still attached. I was more excited about the anticipation of my package arriving in the mail than the actual "stuff".

This left me with no savings and immense feelings of guilt. I was getting further and further away from the life I wanted to live, and I didn't understand why.

I have spent the past several years learning about money and the psychology behind why it's so hard to stop shopping. My life has done a complete 180 from those days when I felt trapped in a black hole of mindless buying.

Now, shopping has found a healthy place in my life and I actually enjoy saving and investing money. I’ve been able to transform my mindset, graduate school with no debt, afford to travel more, start my own online business from scratch, save money, and overcome my shopping addiction.  

I want to teach you how to take back control of your spending.

Now, it's your turn to have peace of mind about your money and call back all of your power. Let's do this together!

I'm almost ready. . . I just have a few more questions!

No problem, check out the FAQ below.

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What's included in The Intentional Spender?

The Intentional Spender is a digital e-book that includes 21 chapters. When you purchase The Intentional Spender, you'll also get the printable workbook designed to make reaching your money goals faster, and my 39-page printable Budget Planner.

What IS an intentional spender?

An intentional spender is someone who spends their money consciously. They are mindful in deciding where their money should go and what items, services, or experiences bring the most joy and value to their life.  

Is this a physical product?

No. All products are instant digital downloads using PDF format. This means nothing will be shipped. Once you purchase The Intentional Spender, you’ll immediately receive a link to download the materials and save them to your computer.

Do I get lifetime access to the content?

Yes! Once you purchase The Intentional Spender, it's yours forever. You'll also get access to any and all updates that I make to the content. There’s no need to rush going through the book. It’s okay to take your time learning and implementing the practical strategies taught in the book.

I want to get good with money, but I don't know what to do without shopping. Shopping is the only thing that brings me joy.

I used to tell myself this too. But I realized that you cannot heal in the same environment that made you sick.

In the Intentional Spender, you'll learn how to develop a healthy relationship with money and shopping. You'll learn how to say "yes" to spending money on the things that matter most to you, without letting frivolous stuff distract you.

I don't believe in depriving yourself and changing who you are. The Intentional Spender shows you how to dig deep and become the best version of yourself.

How long will it take to get through The Intentional Spender?

The Intentional Spender is a 21-day program, broken down into 21 chapters. Each chapter focuses on a different topic that will teach you how to develop the simple habits to become an intentional spender.

Some people may only need a day to go through each chapter and fill out the corresponding workbook activity. Others may need longer, it's up to you how long you want to take.

What is your return policy?

All sales are final. Due to the nature of our products, we do not offer returns or refunds at this time.

By purchasing this e-book, you'll receive any updates made to the Intentional Spender e-book or workbook for FREE.  

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Let's make 2023 YOUR year!

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The Intentional Spender e-book (Value $47)
The Intentional Spender workbook (Value $23)

Budget Planner Printables (Value $27)

Total Value $97

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