people against dirty®: meet angela

posted April 21, 2014 by Maria |

as our resident consumer response associate, angela gets a lot of emails, phone calls + even some singing telegrams* from method fans of all ages. but among the many the messages she has received so far, this sweet note from two little girls about our limited edition silver birch-scented hand wash is her absolute fave. (and yes, that is her half-eaten apple in the background.)


do you think silver birch smells like marshmallows, too?

*p.s. we were totally kidding about the singing telegrams, but angela would be psyched to get one. hint. hint.


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method cares: forget me not farm

posted April 14, 2014 by Maria |


when you work at method you get three “care days” that you can use to volunteer as you wish. we like to think of them as gifts that let you give back. because aren’t those the best kind?

where we went: forget me not farm, santa rosa, california

our feathered friend at forget me not farm

what they do: located on the grounds of the sonoma humane society, forget me not farm uses rescued animals and organic farming as healing therapy for children who are victims of abuse and neglect.

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what we did: team method—susan, anne, merany, lindsay, fred, chrissy, henry + jennifer k.spent the day painting bird houses and building chicken coops. the farm was scheduled to receive 100 chickens the next day. the chickens had been rescued from factory farms where their beaks were lasered off and they needed to be rehabilitated. team method built the coops so the chickens would have a comfortable place to stay until they could find their happy forever homes.

merany flies the coop

find out more about how you can help forget me not farm by visiting  

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spring cleaning (but not the kind you’d expect)

posted April 9, 2014 by Maria |


Project Juice's colorful concoctions remind us of our own

Project Juice’s colorful concoctions remind us of our own

it’s that time of year: the flowers are blooming, the birds are chirping, the grass is greener and people have spring cleaning on the brain. naturally, this is something we at method can all get excited about. so to celebrate the season of de-cluttering and re-organization, we decided to do some spring cleaning of our own. but not the kind you might expect.

last week, 11 PAD (that’s people against dirty® for those new to this blog) signed up for 1-day and 3-day Project Juice cleanses. we admit it wasn’t all sunshine and lemonade. and we have learned a few important lessons in the process, like how enough green juice without your daily coffee intake can make you feel high—or at least really lightheaded. but in the end we all survived. and some of us are even talking about another round. after all, don’t your insides need a little scrubbing, too?

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paying it forward

posted November 5, 2013 by meagan |

random acts of kindness


research shows that doing something nice for someone else increases personal happiness. at method, we care a lot – about the environment, about our co-workers, about being a company we can all be proud of. that’s why through the end of the year, we’re paying it forward. our ‘random acts of kindness’ jar gives us the chance to do something small for someone else. simply draw a random act of kindness out of the jar – whether it’s taking a friend out for coffee or buying someone in need groceries – and boom, you feel better. some of us like the happiness boost so much, we’re coming back day after day to draw another one.

try it at home or at work and let us know what you think.

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inspired by: modern naturals

posted October 9, 2013 by meagan |




our modern naturals collection for Target was inspired by the organic patterns and textures found in nature: wood grains, natural stone, fall and winter foliage, and ancient textiles. just in time for fall, we found these simple ideas for incorporating the warm, rustic modern naturals sensibility into your home decor. our silver birch, plumeria, or dulce de leche hand wash would look perfect next to that marble sink, don’t you think?

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