• Spring Tour 2018

    This spring, the Mrs. Meyer’s team hit the road to spread a little goodness to our neighbors far and wide. From volunteering at community gardens to delighting locals at farmer’s markets, we promoted sustainability and community outreach – and met some amazing folks along the way.

    Our first stop: El Buen Samaritano, an Austin-based nonprofit helping families in Central Texas lead healthy and secure lives. We began our partnership with El Buen on Plant Something Day back in 2017, when folks from Mrs. Meyer’s and Whole Foods awarded the garden a grant to help bolster efforts within their community. Almost one year later, El Buen has put their grant money to work, growing some beautiful results. This March, we returned with a team of volunteers to assist with the grand reopening of their community garden. We lent a hand staining the fences, weeding the garden and planting peppers.

    And we didn’t stop there. We packed up our bags for a road trip coast-to-coast across the scenic US of A. Along the way we set up hand washing stations, created art and made the Earth a little greener – covering 19 cities and a whopping 8,143 miles.

    At each stop we asked folks to add their thumbprint to our mural. For every thumbprint, Mrs. Meyers donated $1 to the Arbor Day Foundation, who used the total $10,000 we donated to plant trees in the US.

    We made our way to visit our friends at Serenbe in Atlanta for Earth Day. There we planted Compassion flowers and shared reusable totes along with our refillable glass Hand Soap station – all in an effort to reduce waste. Next, we took a pit stop at the Renegade Craft Fair in Chicago where we joined our friends from the Grove Collaborative. We handed out seed paper as a keepsake so anyone and everyone could get planting in their very own backyard. One of our last stops was at the Milwaukee Urban Ecology Center where we painted a mural to help beautify a bike path.

    All the goodness that came from our Spring Tour goes to show that, like gardening, truly great things can bloom when we get our hands a little dirty.

  • Composting With Serenbe and Mrs Meyers

    Composting with Serenbe and Mrs. Meyer's

    Welcome to Serenbe

    Serenbe, Georgia is a sustainable-community in the Chattahoochee Hill Country near Atlanta. Founded in 2004, it’s filled with lush preserved forests, winding pathways, organic produce and people committed to living a greener life. Needless to say, it’s impressively sustainable compared to typical American neighborhoods.

    Like the folks of Serenbe, we at Mrs. Meyer’s have a passion for sustainability. For us, that often starts in our own backyards by planting one garden at a time using natural materials and a little bit of elbow grease.

  • Laundry Organization

    Laundry Organization

    Who ever said the laundry room had to be boring? Spruce up the place to get it spick and span. Stop thinking of it as a room for chores, and start thinking of it as another joyful room in your beautiful home. Check out these tips to make your laundry room as neat and charming as can be.

    Materials & Tools

    • Shelf space in your laundry room
    • Large baskets for towel storage
    • Bucket for cleaning supplies
    • Glass jars for clothespins and other supplies
    • Ironing board and iron
    • Fresh sponges and washrags
    • Beautiful recipe box for keeping stain removal tips and solutions
    • Mrs. Meyer's Laundry Detergent and Dryer Sheets in Geranium and Lavender



    • We re-covered our ironing board with pretty new fabric long ago—you should too! We recommend a heavy cotton fabric, like duck.
    • Suspend a clothesline from your shelving for extra drying room.
    • We love the homey touches in our laundry room. The clock and houseplant make it a more pleasant room to be in—not just a workspace!

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