Real or Fake: The Christmas Tree Dilemma
Ho Ho Ho, Merry Consumer Season! Part of the rich tapestry of American holiday tradition is the Christmas tree, glowing with light and shiny baubles as the centerpiece of our seasonal décor. But does that tree fit in with a commitment to reducing our waste?
Shop Mindfully: Reducing Returns and Waste
Returned goods are responsible for massive landfill waste and 27 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually. Shopping mindful involves making informed decisions that benefit you, your community, and the planet.
Eco-Friendly Gift Guide For Every Budget
Finding eco-conscious gifts that won't break the bank is easier than ever with Me Mother Earth! In this gift guide, we've curated a selection of thoughtful and sustainable gift options for every budget....
Our Plastic-Free Laundry Stain Remover Stick + How to Use
Swap plastic stain remover or harsh bleach for this concentrated and gentle stain remover stick. It works like magic on all types of fabric to leave them stain free and fresh! Here's all you need to know....
Making Sustainable Choices: 5 Easy Bathroom Swaps for a Greener Future
Most bathroom plastics are made from mixed materials and are NOT recyclable. These are items we use EVERYDAY, last us a few months, then end up in a landfill or even our oceans- polluting our planet for 100’s of years.
National Clean Up Day: Making a Difference
National Clean Up Day is an annual event dedicated to promoting environmental stewardship and community bonding by encouraging people to come together and clean up litter from public spaces. Falling on the third Saturday of September, the event unites volunteers from all walks of life to take collective action in cleaning up parks, beaches, forests, streets, and other communal areas.
Plastic Free July is Over... Now What? The Journey Continues!
Plastic Free July's aim is not just to reduce plastic usage in July but to educate and inspire long-term changes in our everyday habits. We've all learned so much over the past month – about the plastic crisis, about our ability to adapt, and about the significant impact small changes can make...