Friday, October 28, 2011

poppin' up!

Finally! (I know, I'm very impatient!) New method products are starting to pop up at Target stores! The updated lemongrass bottles (now yellow, instead of the original stainless steel) along with new clementine kitchen hand wash (which has replaced the basil, at least at Target) are appearing. And a brand new laundry detergent in spring daisy scent is also now on Target shelves (an odd time to debut spring daisy, since it's fall - and unfortunately, they've clearanced my favoritest laundry scent ever, lavender cedar, to make room for the spring daisy! Sad face.)

I'm still waiting for the new Designed for Good hand washes to hit shelves (which are now available on method's website.) Let method lust know if you find anything new at your local store!

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

poll: real or fake?

Yeah, yeah, I know. It's not even Halloween yet. And after that, we've got Thanksgiving. And then, Christmas! But here's the thing, last night me and the boyfriend were having an argument, disagreement, discussion about Christmas trees. More so, about which was the more eco-friendly choice. A real tree, or a fake tree? The boyfriend, he's for fake trees. Cutting down real trees is "mean", and if people keep their fake trees for many years, it balances out the initial negatives. Me, I'm for real trees. They're grown specifically for the holiday purpose, a new tree is planted in it's place, and at the end of the holidays many cities turn them into mulch now.

I found one article from Yahoo! Green that I thought was pretty interesting! (And by pretty interesting, I mean agreed with my opinion! Ha!)

"If you want a tree for the holiday, the experts at Grist and TreeHugger say it's actually better to buy a cut real Christmas tree than an artificial tree. Why? In a word, plastics. Fake trees are made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Producing this type of plastic creates a lot of pollution, and PVC is difficult to recycle."

But method lust wants to know how you feel! Real, or fake? Which do you feel is more eco-friendly, and why?

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

ring up the savings!

$1 off a method cleaning or personal care item at Target - get it while the gettin' is good! (Coupon expires 11/19 - not sure how long it'll be on Target's website!)

Also, Target has a bunch of method deals going on this week in their stores. Buy a bottle of method spray cleaner, get $2 off method laundry detergent. Buy method dish soap, get $1 off smarty dish cubes, etc. etc.! So many deals, so little time!

Monday, October 10, 2011

method-a-go-go: sea minerals spray cleaner

If you happen to sea (insert groaning here!) any sea minerals all-purpose spray cleaner at your local stores, and you lust it, snatch some up and stash them away for a rainy day! Cause it's being discontinued (more than likely to make room for method's new white rosemary all-purpose spray scent!) - That is all. You are dismissed.
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