Gardening is not only an enjoyable hobby, but often a point of pride for those who have been gifted with the green thumb. Gardening gifts are versatile, and work well for a variety of holidays. After giving them a present so useful for their hobby, you may just be first in line to sample their fresh fruits, vegetables, and flowers.
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If you fall in the latter category, its safe to assume you need a last-minute Fathers Day gift that's going to both delight the dad or father figure in your life and arrive on time. Thankfully, there are more than a few quick gifts for dad that will keep you from dropping the ball this year. Whether he's into grilling, whiskey, is a fan of Father's Day puns, or is in desperate need of a new wallet or suitcase, the following list features unique Father's Day gifts dad is sure to love and you're sure to procure just in the nick of time (with the help of Amazon Prime, curbside pickup, and other delivery services, of course!).
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Teachers deserve to end this year with a huge send-off. It's been amazing what teachers have been able to accomplish this year. Many were balancing remote teaching, in-person teaching, hybrid schedules, school closure and everything else this pandemic year brought their way.
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The British supermodel made the surprising announcement on Instagram.
Her husband couldn't believe she would do this without the kids.
It's time to think outside of the box for the men in your life this Father's Day. Instead of another tie, get him something that he'll actually use often. Indulge in his interests and hobbies, whether it's gadgets, golf, or binge-watching the latest movies and TV shows.
The youngest of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's three daughters together, newly engaged Tallulah Willis, says she "resented" being told she looked like her dad growing up.
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After spending the vast majority of our time at home, R29's collective household product game is pretty sophisticated. At least once a week, we get into a long Slack conversation about some cool new item that's been absolutely saving or changing or elevating our lives. So we decided to share the wealth.Even ask mask restrictions begin to lift, our pandemic hobbies — cooking, puzzling, redecorating — are still going strong, and our favorite products from this month reflect that. Swipe through to glimpse our picks.At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. Daily Harvest Chocolate + Ooey, Gooey, Midnight Fudge Ice Cream"I am obsessed with chocolate ice cream — it's my favorite dessert, and something I like to keep in my freezer for when I need something sweet. Recently, I was able to try out Daily Harvest's Chocolate + Ooey, Gooey, Midnight Fudge flavor, and tbh, it blew me away. It's gluten-free and dairy-free, which are two qualifications I don't usually follow in the things that I eat, but I didn't even notice. I'll be repurchasing this in the future for sure." — Elizabeth Gulino, Health + Wellness writerDaily Harvest Chocolate + Ooey, Gooey, Midnight Fudge Ice Cream, $, available at Daily HarvestHexClad's 14-inch Frying Pan"I'm usually a bit skeptical of any non-stick pans — from experience, they never really live up to their promises. This might be one of the first times I really didn't experience that issue at all. I've pretty much tried to cook everything in here: fish, veggies, omelets, stews. I love how quickly the pan gets hot, especially, and gives a lot of the food I've cooked a really nice sear. But the best part, by far, is the minimal clean-up. Plus, this pan is massive, and it's great for cooking meals for a family or lots of guests!" — Leora Yashari, Senior News Editor HexClad Cookware 14" HexClad Hybrid Pan with Lid, $, available at HexClad CookwareSuper Natural Simple: Whole-Food, Vegetarian Recipes for Real Life"Like a lot of people, I've been on a journey to cut back the amount of meat I eat, but for some reason, vegetarian cooking can often feel so intimidating. I've tried vegetarian cookbooks that call for specialty ingredients that I couldn't find at my grocery store and equipment I don't want to invest in. Super Natural Simple isn't like that. In this book, Heidi Swanson provides home cooks with easy recipes and short ingredient lists. With categories like weeknight noodles, single skillets, and sheet-pan meals, putting together a satisfying vegetarian dinner after a day of Zoom meetings is a breeze. Thanks to Super Natural Simple, eliminating meat from my daily diet feels a lot more doable." — Olivia Harrison, Lifestyle EditorTen Speed Press Super Natural Simple, $, available at bookshop.orgLitter-Robot 3 Connect"Fellow cat-owners, let's be honest, scooping our pets' poop and pee is actually the worst — especially if they like to watch smugly like evil feline dictators. Having a robot scoop the litter instead is obviously not a necessity but it is really, really nice. While the Litter-Robot is definitely pricey, it does take the burden of scooping off of you. And after having had my two cats use it for about a month, the robot has also cut back significantly on the number of emergency litter runs I've had to make because the scooping is so efficient. It did, understandably, take a little while for my two skittish kitties to get used to it, so if you decide to make the investment, I recommend keeping your regular litter box around for a bit just in case. The brand's website also has some good tips on helping your cat acclimate. I'm most excited to go on vacation and not have to worry about guiltly asking the friend whom I've begged to catsit if she could please also clean out their poop box. That should really only be a parent's responsibility. Or, now, the responsibility of our lovely Litter-Robot pal." — OHLitter-Robot Litter-Robot 3 Connect, $, available at Litter RobotFountain Beverage Co. Pineapple Hard Seltzer"At this point in my allergic-to-beer life, I've tried so many canned alcoholic drinks that they've started to blend together. So when I try something that is truly singular, I simply must shout it from the rooftops. The Fountain Hard Seltzer pineapple flavor is tart, fruity, and downright hoppy giving me full juicy beer vibes without the gluten or hops. This hard seltzer will absolutely be by my side all summer long."— Hannah Rimm, Associate EditorFountain Beverage Co. Pineapple Hard Seltzer, $, available at Fountain Beverage Co.Togu Knives Subscription"Like everybody and their mother, I've gotten more into cooking during the pandemic. Up until now, I've always gone for cheap but usable when it comes to purchasing kitchenware, especially knives. But three months into cooking all three meals a day, my knives were too dull to cut an onion and despite my best efforts, I apparently can't properly sharpen a knife. Enter, Togu Knives, a knife subscription service that delivers two perfectly sharp knives to your door every eight weeks. You then send back the knives you had, they expertly sharpen and clean them, and reuse them. The end result is truly astonishing — cooking has never been more enjoyable and I'll never go back to sharpening my own knives again. The subscription also made a great birthday present for my cooking-obsessed mother — win-win!" — HRTogu Knives The Gift of Sharp, $, available at Togu KnivesFrankly Organic Apple Vodka"I love a spirit that holds its own in a cocktail and this apple vodka does just that. Perfect with just a dash of seltzer or over ice, Frankly Organic's Apple Vodka is the love child of post-workout ginger turmeric shots and hard cider. It's organic and made with real fruit juice (hence the color) and somehow makes Saturday night drinking feel like a healthy meal. Also can confirm, absolutely did not hurt my head the next morning. 10/10 will be a staple on my bar cart." — HRFrankly Organic FRANKLY ORGANIC APPLE VODKA, $, available at Total WineArrow Home Products Ice Tray"No brag but my fridge has an ice cube maker. I got these ice trays anyway, specifically to freeze leftover coffee so I could make iced coffee this summer. I chose these because they make what's best described as Sonic-style ice, which means they're small, ovular cubes. According to the reviews, the texture isn't an exact dupe for Sonic's ice. I like 'em anyway." — Mirel Zaman, Deputy Director of Lifestyle, Wellbeing, & Social issuesArrow Home Products Arrow Home Products Arrow 60 Cube Ice Tray, $, available at AmazonAerolatte Steam Free Milk Frother"I received this frother ages ago, but didn't use it until that guy who reviews coffee ended up on my FYP. I dug it out of my drawer and used it on my oat milk of choice (I just recently switched from Oatly to Chobani extra creamy) and was forever changed. I'm not at all picky about coffee, but between the frothed milk and my Sonic-style coffee ice cubes, even I was impressed by the end result. I'm about ready to start charging my husband by the mug." — MZAerolatte Aerolatte® Steam Free Milk Frother, $, available at Bed Bath and BeyondAveda Nutriplenish Leave-In Conditioner"I have pretty long hair, and a running problem in my life is that it's always getting tangled. Regular appointments to trim off my split ends at my favorite salon Fourteenjay beat back some of my issues, but I still get knots now and then, especially when I go on runs or to the beach. But, just in time for summer, I found this leave-in conditioner that lets me run a brush through my tresses without grimacing. It prevents my chronic tangling, and also leaves my mane looking shiny and healthy." — Molly Longman, Health + Wellness writerAveda Aveda Nutriplenish Leave-in Conditioner, $, available at AvedaJiggy Puzzles "Even though I'm vaccinated now, there's one pandemic activity I'm unwilling to leave behind: completing puzzles. In quarantine, I discovered the process to be meditative, and especially loved working on ones with pretty designs. Jiggy's puzzles in particular have been favorites of mine, as they feature work from female artists (this gorgeous one is designed by Dora Cuenca, a Costa Rican illustrator, for example), and come with a puzzle jar (much chicer than a box), and special glue if you want to hang up the masterpiece when you're done putting it together. They even have a monthly subscription, which is perfect for me, as I've gotten pretty into the craft." — ML Jiggy Jiggy Puzzle, $, available at JiggyODK Kitchen Baker's Rack Utility Storage Shelf"All NYC apartments come with sacrifices, and mine just happened to be that I have ZERO kitchen counter space. I love everything else about my small home, so I didn't dwell too much and quickly invested in this cheap little baker's cart. It was super easy to assemble and holds all of my dishware which is perfect. I love it and recommend it to anyone who needs some extra kitchen storage." — Alexandra Polk, Associate Market Lifestyle WriterODK Kitchen Baker's Rack Utility Storage Shelf, $, available at AmazonLike what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?During The Pandemic, Hobbies Became A LifestyleThe Wellness Products We Tried & Loved In April12 Sunscreens Refinery29 Editors Actually Use
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"Timeless" is an understatement.
So many of us try to prove that we have superpowers and can do it all. We just keep taking on more, to show everyone motherhood won’t slow us down.
"A beautiful little blessing has chosen me to be her mother," Campbell wrote in the Instagram post on Tuesday.
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Here’s the thing about the first months after having a baby: No matter how much people talk about what the postpartum period feels like for a mom or birthing parent, you don’t really understand until you’ve been there. Which leads us to a fundamental flaw in this system we call parenting: Your partner may not […]