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The Origin of Girl Gone Verde

Once upon a time in a bustling metropolis, lived Nasly, a young woman with a brilliant mind for finance. However, amidst the tall skyscrapers and echoing sounds of coins and paper rustling, she felt a disconnect. The city’s rhythm was all about consumption without contemplation. While she thrived in the world of numbers, her heart yearned for something more holistic and grounded.

During a sabbatical, Nasly journeyed to the verdant highlands of South America. Here, she was introduced to communities living harmoniously with nature, their lives enriched not just by the money they saved or earned, but by the sustainable choices they made. Health wasn’t just about personal well-being but extended to the environment and, subsequently, their finances. The interconnectedness of finance, health, and sustainability was a revelation.

Inspired and transformed, Nasly returned with a renewed purpose. She realized that true wealth wasn’t just about financial prosperity, but also about nurturing health and making sustainable choices. With this vision, “Girl Gone Verde” was born. The brand became a beacon for those who sought balance in their lives. It was for those who wanted to make sound financial decisions, prioritize their health, and tread lightly on the Earth.

Today, “Girl Gone Verde” stands at the intersection of finance, health, and sustainability, offering guidance, resources, and tools. It’s a testament to Nasly’s journey from the concrete jungle to the green highlands and her commitment to blending the best of both worlds.

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About Me

I was born and raised in Miami, FL, where I was surrounded by nature and developed a love for the environment. As I got older, I became more aware of the impact that humans were having on the planet and knew that I wanted to do something to help. I started making changes in my own life, such as reducing my plastic consumption and choosing to buy from Thrift stores and sustainable brands.

In 2009, I opened an organic jewelry business called Seeds to love. The jewelry is from street artist in my mom’s country Colombia. I designed Jewelry using these organic raw products.