These Are The Best Places To Buy Plants Online

In case you haven’t noticed, we’re a bit obsessed with house-plants here at Refinery29. To us, adding a touch of nature is one of the easiest ways to brighten up a room. We’re firm believers that a bit of leafy shrub will help trick the eye into thinking that a space is much bigger than it actually is. Plus, green is such a soothing color. You don’t necessarily have to hit up your nearest florist or plant nursery to curate a rad indoor forest: In our never ending quest to develop a green thumb, a few excellent online plant shops have landed on our radar. Click ahead for the stylish… Read More

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‘Frick, I Love Nature’ Is The Hilarious Canadian Nature Show You Need To Watch ASAP

Gordie Lucius and Stephen Robinson are completely shocked at how many animals eat their own poop. “But, seriously. So many animals do this, and we had no idea,” Lucius, host of Canada’s funniest new nature series, “Frick, I Love Nature”, told HuffPost Canada. The pair have been exploring all the weird, wacky, and downright gross things that happen in the animal kingdom, and sharing them in short, hilarious YouTube videos. “We’re looking for the facts that are really quite shocking, that people maybe haven’t heard before,” Robinson, the show’s director, told HuffPost Canada. Neither of them are particularly science-minded — Lucius is an improv actor and Robinson’s had previous success… Read More

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The Stylish Shopping Guide For Savvy Travelers Only

Winter ’tis the season for travel. And since we’re currently in the clutches of the next freezing few months ahead, our wanderlust spirits are high — making it the prime time to stock up on jet-setting essentials for ourselves (or, our travel-obsessed pals). Successful trips are made up of two parts: planning and packing. But since we can’t actually plan and pack for you, we created a shoppable product guide to help streamline the process and add a little comfort and luxury instead. Ahead find our curated list of travel accessories that are as smart as they are stylish. These goods will cover your total trip arsenal from cutting-edge luggage… Read More

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She Lost Her Job In The Shutdown. Now She Has A Message For Trump.

Photo: Courtesy of Whitney Hartmann. Trisha Pesiri-Dybvik, Sen. Kamala Harris ‘ guest for Tuesday’s State of the Union, has survived two American tragedies. In 2017, the air traffic control specialist and her husband Jed, who have three children, lost their home in Ventura, CA, the 2017 Thomas Fire. This year, she was furloughed during the 35-day government shutdown. Her husband, a Navy veteran who is also an air traffic controller, worked without pay. Since losing what Pesiri-Dybvik calls their “dream” home — a historic house perched on a hill with a gorgeous ocean view — they moved to a rental property in Camarillo, which they were also recently forced to… Read More

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28 Makeup Looks Anyone Can Copy In February

Back in 2016 Instagram added the “saved” section to every profile, and the beauty game was changed forever. Gone were the days of screenshotting a notable makeup look or palette to buy, only to lose it in the mess of photos in our camera roll. Now, if we spy something we love, we can simply click “save” and add it to our private vault of inspiration images. That being said, inspiration can still be hard to find when you’re inundated with hundreds — no, thousands — of images daily. That’s why we decided to share the photos we’ve archived in the past month. Hopefully, it’ll get your creative juices flowing… Read More

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6 Professionals Share Their Worst Work Blunders (So They Don’t Happen To You)

Many of us spend the majority of our waking hours at work. This means that no matter how dedicated and talented we are, we’re bound to make some mistakes from time to time — we’re only human, after all. However, if you’re new at a job, a young professional, or in a position where you don’t have the best relationship with a colleague (or your manager), there can be plenty of opportunities for missteps. Especially these days, when things move quicker than ever and far-reaching actions can be made at the click of a button, it’s important to make sure you’re double checking your work, proofreading your emails, and being… Read More

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