Monthly Archives: March 2020


Episode 20 — 30 Eco Tips for a Greener Life: Part 2

There are small changes we can all make to help preserve our resources. Are you up for the challenge?

Kimberly Griego-Kiel is back with part two of her mini-series that covers 30 tips that you can act on today to starting living a greener life. To kick off today’s episode, Kimberly and her co-host, Aric Johnson, discuss the results from their water-calculator tests, which compared their personal water usage to the average American’s water footprint. Next, they share easy lifestyle changes that can lead to a more eco-friendly lifestyle. 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Reasons to start looking for refillable soap stores in your community
  • Alternatives to buying brand new items
  • What to consider about your food’s carbon footprint
  • How to weatherize your home
  • And more!

Tune in now to learn more tips eco-friendly tips for living a greener life!


Horizons Sustainable Financial Services: (505) 982-9661 | | Horizons Facebook | 30 Eco Tips Challenge |  Water Calculator | Episode 17:  30 Eco Tips for a Greener Life: Part 1




In this special episode, we share updates on how we are responding to the COVID-19 situation, how we’re assisting our clients, and what actions we’re advising investors to take during this time of uncertainty. 

Tune in now to learn how the markets are being affected and what we’re doing to help clients during this tumultuous time.

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Episode 19 — Turning Trash into Couture Fashion — With Nancy Judd

Did you know that trash could be used to create high-end fashion?

In today’s episode, Kimberly Griego-Kiel speaks with Nancy Judd, an environmental advocate and public artist who installs traveling exhibitions of her Recycle Runway Collection in high-traffic locations like museums and airports. In a most intriguing and inspiring conversation, Nancy shares how she began making sustainable fashion out of trash, the story behind the acclaimed Obamanos coat, and why she is adamant about investing responsibly.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • How Nancy came to where she is today with her work
  • Why she chooses to invest responsibly and to be selective of her sponsors
  • What different types of materials can be used to make couture clothing
  • And more!

Tune in to learn about Nancy Judd’s work of turning trash into sustainable couture fashion. 

Resources:  Horizons Sustainable Financial Services: (505) 982-9661 | | Horizons Facebook | Recycle Runway