Today, I’m talking about tackling our to-do lists in style. You will see throughout this post we have had a bit of fun with this topic. I’ve put together some cute weekly planners. They’ve helped me out a lot over the last two months. Keeping us on top of our day to day and pushing us to achieve our goals. They are un-dated print outs meaning we can to start getting organised at any time. We want you to have them for free!
Personally, I am lost without my diary. I’ve always been a bit old school in this respect. Like many creatives, I’m a very visual person, so a paper planner is essential. Most of us have some form of electronic calendar on our phones or computers, but I still heavily rely on writing things down. Putting pen to paper keeps me sane by releasing the thoughts from my head and just generally remembering the important stuff.
Do you spend all your time making to-do lists, bouching from task to task and never feeling like you’ve accomplished your big goals? Running your own life, blog or business can feel overwhelming. It is time to take productivity into our own hands.
Writing by hand forces us to slow down and become more mindful, and research suggests that writing things by hand helps us to retain information. This is definitely true for me. I’ve never been a naturally organised person, like most things I have to work at it.
Call her a model, an eco-activist or a vegetarian, we just call her Jess, but she is all of those things and more and we love her for it. She has been so supportive of our vision at Into The Eco, so it was a joy to be able to use her talents in our latest photo shoot.
We are calling Jess our eco-conscious model, we classify her as a fellow eco-warrior, doing all she can to make a difference. She is passionate about her strict vegetarian diet, recycles everything she uses, refusing plastic where possible, buys into cool fashion brands, powers her flat with a green supplier, and is pleasantly vocal about all of the above. She also adopted all of our plants off us when we left London and is kindly keeping them alive while we are away. Something that we are super grateful for.
In a world that’s become addicted to high speed and constant newness and a clothing industry encouraging overconsumption, Wear the Walk’s approach to fashion offers an exciting alternative.
Currently, many of us enjoy buying new clothes on the regular. The rate of current purchasing is rising at a relentless rate. Luckily, with the rise in awareness, there has also been a rise in socially responsible substitutes.
Wear The Walk offers exciting stand-out pieces on a rental basis, at affordable prices. Zoe, the founder believes in making exclusive attitudes of high fashion accessible to us all, without the high price tag.
Worn it 30 times is a series we have started, highlighting the joy of wearing our beloved clothes at least 30 wears or more, with help from our favourite bloggers. Everyone’s choice of clothes is unique and we can’t wait to see what garments make us all into proud outfit repeaters. Our aim is to showcase the slow fashion movement through the famous 30 wears challenge. Throughout this series, we hope to show how easy it is to become happier and more sustainable through our clothes. This week the gorgeous Sally from My Eco Edit is sharing her favourite ‘Worn It 30 Times’ piece.
We decided to produce a fashion photoshoot showcasing sustainable design and our eco values. We did this by sourcing the clothes from ethical and sustainable sources and using a model who lives by her eco-conscious ideals.
As a whole, this shoot was a great example of how welcoming and collaborative the sustainable community is proving to be. Starting this shoot with only an idea, we began to send around a few emails, which lead to a couple of meetups. Ending with some lovely new connections, stories, great photos and a super proud feeling inside. We are so happy to share the results with you today and some of our inspiration behind the shoot.
Since we posted our original article talking about the 30 wears challenge last year we have been ecstatic with the positive response it received. It was lovely to see people really engaging with the positive idea of loving our clothes.
Many of our friends and colleges said in passing comments, “I have definitely worn this more than 30 times” it made me so happy. This is what Into The Eco is all about, talking about everyday issues and making it feel approachable and engaging. What is more engaging than our content, creating conversations in the real world? I want to thank everyone for taking the time to read.
In the spirit of inspiring the 30 wears movement further, we are keeping the conversation flowing. Do you ever feel that some fashion bloggers and retailers make us think that buying new clothes is necessary to feel at our best? They might even make us feel we need to look a certain way to feel good about ourselves? If you have ever felt that way we are here to offer a fresh perspective.