adjective. Your attitude to money.




Have you ever wondered why some people are naturally good with money?

This book is not about tedious budgets, get-rich-quick schemes, or giving up your daily coffee. Instead you will learn how to improve your relationship with money so you can release financial anxiety and walk through life feeling in control.


Financial wellbeing experts Paul Gordon and Janine Robertson reveal how, with small and incremental steps, you can empower yourself to change your spenditude for the better. Backed by extensive research, relatable case studies and in-depth interviews, this life-changing guide will help you get on the right path to financial security.

A fantastic read​.


In an era of get rich quick schemes promising you millions selling t-shirts on Amazon, it is fantastic to read a book with clever thinking that challenges you and focuses on what’s really important – that your habits, behaviours and attitude to money ultimately impacts your financial wellbeing.


By  George Liberopoulos

About the Authors

Paul Gordon and Janine Robertson have a strong passion for helping people to improve their financial attitude and awareness.

They have worked together for 15 years developing at-work financial wellbeing programs.

Paul and Janine are different ages and have different backgrounds but a common belief that people fail to reach their financial potential due to behaviour not income.



Spenditude stories

Everyone has their own version of financial freedom and choice. Doors close on us. Life changes. Everyone has different purpose and money means very different things to all of us.

We want to provide you with evidence that your financial future is in your hands. 

It's not about doing things differently, it's about thinking things differently.

Are you ready for a change?

What's your story?

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