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Who says there’s one way to spend and save? is a money management tool for women who run the world and want to be prosperous on their own terms. We help you set up your finances to achieve the lifestyle dreams that make you happy.


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See all of your money in one place: Connect your bank accounts and credit cards, and get AI-driven insights into your spending, savings and investing habits.


Set up happiness goals: Saving up for something special? We’ll show you how much you need to save daily, weekly or monthly to reach your goals while strengthening your financial health.


Learn from others: Women have a unique relationship with money. Wages, salary negotiation, life expectancy, caregiving responsibilities. Join the conversation as we discuss the ups and downs of careers, travel, finances and living life our way.


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We give you an app that helps you understand your daily money moves. Our partners give you specialized one-on-one coaching that helps set you up to achieve your lifestyle goals and be financially savvy.

Amy Matthews

Amy is an executive and career coach who provides comprehensive and holistic services for women across the country. From entrepreneurs to executives to professional women or women ready for a new career challenge, Amy has designed a tailored program for the community.

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Erin Papworth

Erin is the Founder of and on a mission to help women achieve the lifestyles and confidence they deserve. Erin offers one-on-one sessions to help early entrepreneurs nav.igate the initial administrative set up of their small business, from freelancing to side hustles to consultancies and more! Learn more by emailing:

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Nicole Negron

Nicole is a leading women’s health and wellbeing consultant. With a background in Functional Medicine nutrition, she helps women understand that the correlation between the female brain and a woman’s cyclical pattern is the key to productivity and better physical & mental health. Connect with Nicole and received discounted services as a user.

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Whitney Hansen

Whitney specializes in money coaching and teaching overwhelmed millennials how to accelerate paying off debt and be financially independent. As a preferred partner, Whitney provides Nav.igators one-on-one coaching at a discount, using the code upon booking.

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The podcast

Join founder Erin Papworth, and show host, Lisette Austin, as they discuss how women can become prosperous on their own terms.

Through discussions and guest interviews, this weekly podcast offers resources and insights to help women nav.igate finances and careers, and achieve lifestyle goals.

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Whitney Hansen
about 8 hours ago

How to Simplify Your Financial Life

Hey guys, news flash: you can’t spend more money than you make. It seems so simple, doesn’t it? But for some reason, overspending is something that many people struggle with.  Has society taught us that we can have whatever we want, even if we can’t afford it? If you spend more money than you make, you’re going to get yourself into a financial clusterf***. It’s really that simple. Digging yourself out of that hole is going to be waaay harder […]

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Nadia Imafidon
4 days ago

The Magic of Compound Interest

Compound interest is sort of like taking your vitamins. You don’t really see the benefits right away but in the long run, it’s doing all kinds of wondrous things like making you stronger (financially, in the case of interest) and full of life (hello, extra funds to travel with come the golden years). Ready to get your vitamin CI (compound interest)?  Get rich(ish) quick Compound interest is interest-on-interest. For example if you have $100, and the interest rate is 5 percent […]

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Maia Monell
6 days ago

How to Pay Down Your Credit Card Debt

Did you know that the average American owes $8,195, on average, on both retail- and bank-issued credit cards?  So, if you happen to stumble upon (or crash violently into)  some debt, know that you’re not (at all) alone. And you’re not stuck.  We’ve done some research into the best methods for paying down credit card debt so you don’t have to, and found a few key methods to consider. So let’s get started. Psst…If you haven’t already tried them, head […]

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