We Can All Wise Up With The Wise House

 

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The saying goes that when you start to care about something, say, an environmental issue, such as global warming, you become more aware of other issues that you previously had not considered. I think it is hard not to, because deciding to care about a cause requires us to learn new things with an open mind.

We believe that when we all open our minds up to new ideas amazing things can happen! Usually, the best thing to happen is we learn much more than we first set out to, and once we care about something bigger than ourselves there is often no going back.

This is very true for me. My passion for starting Into The Eco began with taking an interest in slow fashion, human rights within the garment sector and talking openly about what I thought was wrong with the fashion industry. Over the years my passion moved away from ranting to my family and friends, and frankly wearing myself out, to wanting to take action. These actions have manifested so far in the small ways I have felt possible.

Through this interest in fashion, I have found it almost impossible to stop this passion spilling over into other areas of modern day life. Leading me to think about how I can have a positive impact through my wardrobe choices, but also how we can have a more positive impact through our home lives too. There are so many layers to the sustainable revolution. This has lead us to cutting meat out of our diets as much as possible, recycling religiously, cycling to work when the weather allows, wearing our clothes for longer, and moving away from single-use plastics when given a choice. All good places to start I am sure you will agree.

 

The Wise House

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Our Morning with Ruby and Rosie (The Allotment)

 

Into The Eco - Allotment Fun

 

One sunny bank holiday weekend, my lovely friend Ruby invited us to join her at her allotment, which we have Nicknamed Rosie. We chose the name Rosie as there are some lovely white roses growing on her patch and who doesn’t love a nickname. Ruby picked us up in her car in the morning, then just a short car ride away we arrived at our destination, ready to get our hands dirty. Walking through the old rusty gate and into the area filled with people’s homegrown goodies, we felt transported from the hustle and bustle of London life to a peaceful sanctuary for urban growers.

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