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Spring time means it's time for a garden update and fresh florals indoors.

Really hope April showers bring May flowers because it just won’t quit. Guess it will give me an excuse to finally tackle Laundry Mountain happening in the basement right now. Speaking of, our basement reno is FINISHED, just waiting on one piece of furniture and we’ll be ready to share the big reveal. In case you missed it, the podcast was back with two new episodes this week. If you have questions for our next episode on gardening and landscaping send them to us @thecozyranch. Happy weekend!

If you’re looking for something to buy, try, read, share or pin, we’ve got you covered. Here’s the best of the week…
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

If you’re a fan of The Skimm, you’ll love that they’re expanding. Here, some recent reports about what’s new from them and other media companies.

Is the Instagram aesthetic over?

Bookmark this tomato salad recipe now, it looks incredible. Also, if it’s short enough to fit in an Instagram caption you know it’s pretty easy.

Why Joe Biden’s apology to Anita Hill is not enough.

Love this blush sweatshirt from Everlane. I recommend sizing up it runs a little small (I have a small). (J)

We can’t stop burning this Follain candle, it’s so good.

Mark your calendars for Netflix’s Knock Down the House about the campaigns of four women in the 2018 midterm elections.

How we can hold the beauty industry accountable for their environmental impact.

Really impressed with the furniture offerings from Joybird, for a custom piece the price is definitely right. (C)

Want to support female-founded companies? This list of eight innovators is a great start.

It’s 20% off pants and trousers at Anthro this weekend. Love these jeans and these striped trousers.

Big, amazing news. The May issue of Scientific American is dedicated to exploring women’s reproductive health. The reporting is top notch, and while it’s pay-to-read, your $6.99 helps to allow these investigative journalists to write about issues impacting women. (C)

A new generation is redefining what it means to be a working mother.

I have been LIVING in this sweater. It runs big (I ordered a small and it’s oversized). (J)

These four companies are fighting climate change at home.

Great news, it turns out that women who support other women are more successful!

This grain-free chicken Milanese with a green apple and radish salad will be on repeat all spring.

Krystal shares what happened when she drank celery juice every morning for 30 days. I’m intrigued. (J)

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  1. Loved this! I always love your weekly link round ups!

    I hope you have a great Friday,
    Michael
    https://www.mileinmyglasses.com

  2. Dale Gray says:

    Thank you so much for including my tomato salad in your roundup! Made my day 🙂 Dale