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The Nav.igator is a savvy woman, sharp-witted, curious, kills it at work and is probably boarding a plane to an exotic country, or at least looking into the best flight deals to get to one.
She believes she has the power to nav.igate her life, internally driven and financially free. She likes to share and is looking for guidance from her sister-nav.igators about their best life hacks, travel tips and general life choices that help them nav. the world on their own terms.
We went, we saw, we wrote it all down for you. Learn about how our nav.igators manage the ups and downs of careers, travel, finances and living life on their own terms.
You can only get to the road less traveled if you’ve heard of it. Read about other sister-nav.igators adventures and share your own.
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Saving for a safari but accidentally spent $137 on coffee this week? We’ll nicely nudge you to check. yo. self.
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Totally confused about where to invest that year-end bonus? Deciding what to bring in your carry-on to Peru? Need a boost managing money & tracking your travel funds? We’ve got two words for you: welcome home.
Along with exposing an institution of harassment and sexism, the #MeToo movement has shined a white-hot spotlight on the gender pay gap.
Latinas, we’ll lose a million in our lifetimes due to the wage gap. Depressing, right? The good news is, we don’t have to keep settling for less. Here’s how we can start reversing this trend.
There’s a saying I’ve been living by as of late that I need to pass along to every other woman who’s convinced she has to do it all: be frugal with your time, not your money.
Grit is more than just the dirt under your nails. It’s what empowers you to go after your goals, even if they scare the sh*t out of you.
I’ll be honest, when I think of IRAs and retirement, I think of old, dry (white) men in gaudy Hawaiian shirts discussing the elusive “market” as they tee off somewhere in Palm Springs.
Temazcal, which translates to “house of heat,” is a rebirth ceremony that takes place inside of a sweat lodge.
Having spent the last five years in Tokyo during the cherry blossom season, I can safely say I’ve mastered the art of flower viewing…and navigating the sakura frenzy.
Most Americans know that traveling to Mexico City, or CDMX, is about as inexpensive as it gets.
Picture Hong Kong: Chances are, you’re imagining modern skyscrapers, exotic street food, and luxurious shopping.
Street art captures the personality of a city and arguably provides more insight into the community than any museum could. Not to mention, it’s free.
If you’re one of the growing number of #bossladies working independently in a freelance, consultant, or entrepreneurial role...
Being a true #dollardiva means setting aside money each month for the long-term goals and letting your extra change do some heavy lifting for you by investing for the short-term.
The impossible happened, Nav.igator. You looked at your finances, you set a budget, and now you have money left over after paying this month’s bills.
When it comes to picking stocks, many people feel more comfortable spreading their wealth (a.k.a. diversifying their portfolio), and like the idea of the pros managing their investments.
For all the frills of self-employment, there's a definite downside to working the gig economy.
As a Nigerian-Ukrainian combo (thanks mom and dad), it’s almost impossible to find spaces with people who look like me.
If you’re interested in venturing alone but are biting your nails about the security issue, here are some tips to stay safe while on your solo adventure.
In the midst of the #MeToo movement, when it’s a pretty bad time to piss off women (not like there was ever a good time!), I wasn’t really sure where I stood when it came to the burqa.
When I moved to an up-and-coming neighborhood of Paris in January of 2016, I felt like I had found my own corner of France, my home away from home. I loved the area, especially my apartment there.
This past summer, I agreed to go on a girls’ trip to the South of France with three other women, two of whom I had never met.
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