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....
How to Clean and Maintain Your Bamboo Paddle Hairbrush
If you've made the sustainable swap and have switched to our bamboo paddle hairbrush, you may be wondering what is the right way to clean and maintain it. Let's dive into this guide that's all about keeping your hair brush in tip-top shape to it lasts a long time...
Plastic Free July: Join the Movement with Me Mother Earth
Plastic Free July presents a timely reminder for us to rethink our plastic consumption habits and embrace sustainable alternatives.
Konjac Sponges: Embracing Sustainability in Your Skincare Routine
Discover the wonders of konjac sponges, a sustainable skincare alternative, as we explore their gentle effectiveness, compostability, and their role in reducing the beauty industry's waste.
Sustainable Gardening Tips: How to Create an Eco-Friendly and Productive Garden
Gardening is a fantastic way to promote sustainable living and connect with nature while producing your own food. Here are some tips to help you create an eco-friendly and productive garden this Spring....
Earth Day is over...now what?
Earth Day is an important day for all of us to reflect on the state of our Mother Earth and the actions we can take to protect it. However, it's not just about what we do on Earth Day or even Earth Month, but what we continue to do in the days, weeks, and months ahead...