Giveaway! Win This Huge Method Household Products Bundle

I never win anything. So, you can imagine my surprise when I got the email fromย Home & Decor magazine saying that I had won a hamper in their 25th birthday celebration! Exciting!

Method Household Products

I received this massive bundle of Method cleaning products worth over $90!! Naturally derived, biodegradable and made by a company with a great vision โ€“ I was pretty stoked, but it got me thinking about my Green Living workshops. Often I hear people say they want to detoxify their home, but arenโ€™t sure how to get started. So, Iโ€™ve decided to share in my good fortune with you! This prize can be a great first step to start replacing some of the nasty conventional products and to start detoxifying your home! These bottles are beautifully packaged and because of their gentle ingredients, they will be kind to your home, to your family and to our planet. How awesome is that?

This giveaway is only open to my Singapore readers because itโ€™s far too heavy to post โ€“ which also means that the winner has to be willing to meet me in person to get the goods. Hope thatโ€™s more of a bonus than an inconvenience! Why donโ€™t we make a day of it and have a drink and a chat at Pasar Bella? Iโ€™ll put the bottles in a nice bag so that we donโ€™t walk around looking like cleaning ladies!

To stand the best chance of winning, all you have to do is share with us a bit about your journey into green living. Tell us:

What is the hardest part about living green in Singapore? Whatโ€™s your favorite tip to make it easier?

Canโ€™t wait to meet you and give you this big bundle of Method cleaning products. Contest ends July 26th, and Iโ€™ll email the winner so that we can plan our day. Good luck!

Giveaway: Method Household Products Bundle!

Hereโ€™s the way it works:

  1. You must be in Singapore (or willing to travel to Singapore!)
  2. Leave your answer as a comment on this blog post
  3. Enter the contest using the widget below
  4. Want MORE chances to win? You got it!
  5. Thatโ€™s it!

Now, this giveaway runs for just two weeks. Hurry and enter, itโ€™s taking a lot of self-restraint not to open up those bottles and start scrubbing something!

ยปยป Giveaway: win this huge Method household products bundle worth SGD90 ยซยซ

*This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with, Facebook, Home & Decor or Method. The giveaway sponsor, Little Green Dot, will ship the prize within 14 days of the end of the giveaway. Giveaway starts Friday, July 12th and ends Friday, July 26th at midnight SGT. Once the giveaway ends, winner will be chosen at random using Rafflecopter and contacted within 24 hours by email. This post will be updated with winnersโ€™ names once weโ€™ve heard back from them. Winners must live in, or be willing to travel to Singapore to collect their prize. Winners will need to respond within 72 hours to claim their prize or another winner will be chosen. *

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Comments (39)

  • militza โ€” Reply

    We have our winner for the Monster Method Bundle Giveaway! The winner is….. drumroll… Claire Brander!! Thanks a million to everyone who entered – you’re awesome!

  • Pei Chwen โ€” Reply

    The hardest part about living green in Singapore is the abundant use and availability of plastic bags & containers.
    My favorite tip is making a conscious effort to use my own shopping bags & my own container when buying takeaway food.

  • Jovinne Sham โ€” Reply

    I don’t really find it hard to go green because it all boils down to your mindset and making a conscious effort to do it.

    To me, the mentality of treasuring every single thing given to you and assuming ownership over them helps.

    For e.g. even when I am given just a simple plastic shopping bag for my purchase, I have this mindset that the shopping bag belongs to me now and I should not anyhow toss it away; instead I will treat it as part of my belongings and try to find ways to use it as much as I can instead of wasting it if I were to merely dump it away. And if I’m not confident of treasuring it, I’d rather not take it at all and rob another deserving person’s right to enjoy and value it.

    In my humble opinion, always be thankful for the things you are given and not taking things for granted makes going green a natural part of your life :)

  • Priyashri โ€” Reply

    Thanks for organizing such a lovely giveaway Militza!!

    The hardest part about being green in Singapore is the influence that rules the roost in any situation – this could be big brands and the want to be associated with them without so much worrying about what goes within or the influence of advertisements and trends that start from a young age. This is true of any developed society and needs a certain level of self awareness and concern for the environ that comes eventually,

    My tip would be to start small. Going green is a process and when done in small steps, it becomes enjoyable and one tends to appreciate it better. This could be using organic hair oil for starters to using your own fabric bags to making your own detergent in graded steps so that it doesn’t seem overwhelming, a little bit of appreciation and positive reinforcement will go a long way in ensuring this trend stays.

    Thanks again :)

  • Chin Ming โ€” Reply

    The hardest part is that there are just too many electronic gadgets and products in Singapore which we rely on that we keep relying on them and using them, resulting in high usage of electricity and hence affecting the carbon footprint. My tip is to reduce usage of such products wheneer possible, and to switch off the appliances whenever we do not need to use them.

  • sheauster โ€” Reply

    1. hardest part living green in singapore:
    i) can be costly sometimes
    ii) letting convenience take precedence over being green
    iii) lack of empathy for mother earth from general public and many don’t think everyone counts and makes a difference towards making this world a better place (and also for our future generations) to live in

    2. my favourite tipSss:
    i) i eat out 7days a week so i try to eat at the eateries/restaurants/hawkers instead of doing takeaways to cut down the usage of plastic containers/cutleries.
    ii) if not, bring my own food tin containers for takeaways and avoid taking away any disposable cutlery. bring my own cutlery with me everywhere i go.
    iii) always have my own foldable shopping bag with me or refusing to take any plastic bag at checkout counters
    iv) separate my trash and dispose them in the recycling bins.
    v) read what goes into what you eat or use.
    vi) read up more blogs like little green dot on green living!!!!

  • Yvonne โ€” Reply

    Compared to the US and UK, green and cruelty free products are difficult or very costly to find in singapore. Market demand and awareness are definitely culprits but blogs such as this is a great way to offer simple DIY ideas to greenify our lives. I’ve recently learnt about and ordered some soap nuts (natures version of soap) from a locally based online store ( DIY SECRETS ) which helps to minimise the carbon footprint of postage too. I use essential oils with the soap nuts to add a nice smell to my laundry instead of artificial fabric softeners. i also take my own plastic bags to the shops and wet markets. Simpe gestures like saying no to an extra carrier for a takeaway drink can go a long way.

  • Goh Xian Hui โ€” Reply

    Hardest part? Lack of information and mindset. Which resulted in high prices for such products. If green products are more popular, we might be able to pay a little lesser!

  • Amy Donohue โ€” Reply

    I find it hard to naturally protect my skin against the sun in Singapore. As a fair skinned red head, UV rays are not my friend and I am wary of the toxic chemicals in sunscreens today.

    My solution? I eat my sunscreen!
    Not literally but through foods that are full of antioxidants, carotenoids, and lycopene. These include blueberries, carrots, kale and broccoli and provide protection from UV and free radical damage

  • Ivy โ€” Reply

    The hardest part in living green here in SG is definitely the lack of accessible and cheaper green products eg. in local nearby Supermarkets/ mall shops. There are not enough choices. And I really want to go green all the way but too much effort is needed just to find biodegradable products itself.
    Also, not all stores practice eco-friendly packaging so I have the tendency to not bring my own bags for shopping and instead just use the plastics that we normally have on shops. little things… but they contribute alot in living Green…

  • Kristi โ€” Reply

    For me, the hardest part about living green is all the excess packaging – for example, when buying from somewhere like breadtalk, every bread is put into a little plastic bag, and then all the little plastic bags are put into a bigger one. Or at a food court or for takeout, all the polystyrene or plastic plates and cutlery that are used just once – it makes it hard to enjoy the food when I know how much waste I’m generating.

    A tip: Reduce/ Re-use/ Recycle! I try to always have cloth bags with me for shopping and a set of re-usable plastic chopsticks but haven’t figured out a way to deal with take out containers yet! Any suggestions?

    A day in Pasar Bella with you sounds fantastic :)

  • Chia โ€” Reply

    Frankly it is hard to answer the first question as there are so many reasons that make living green hard!

    In the end, shall I say, the hardest part in living green is doing it does not make economic sense! It seems inefficient (requiring more time, more money and more effort), contrary to what competitive Singapore values. When I was a working mum, I did not have the time to research and locate green products. Now that I stay at home, we need to watch the purse.

    Nonetheless, I believe every little effort counts. Nowadays, I surround myself with like-minded friends and acquaintances (which include you all) who support living green. We encourage and give each other tips and feedback on how living green is the right way of life. These spur me on to continue living green. Recent DIY: making liquid handsoap. Getting young kids involved also makes it easier. The Hubby and the Grandparents seem to pay more attention to what they say and do. :)

  • Poovan โ€” Reply

    Thanks for the giveaway and for introducing me to Rafflecopter. Awesome app!

    Cheers
    Poovan

  • Rejdar Kaaur โ€” Reply

    Hi Militza,

    Wow, giveaway Method products! Awesome as I have personally used the Dishwasher soap.

    People should go green in S’pore. They are just lazy to bring their own shopping bags realizing that the shops always give out plastic bags. Also too much of throwing away plastic bottles & bags into the bin!

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