I heard you had a smidge of trouble interpreting the 35-page PowerPoint presentation of my wedding table vision that I overnighted to you. Personally, I'm confused by your confusion, but I'm guessing it had something to do with my Louis XIV-meets-great-plains-of-Nebraska table theme?
Martha Stewart is a face mask lover and, in this, she is woman after my own heart. I don't use a face mask every day (as Martha seems to), but several times a week and my favorite is Royal Nectar's Bee Venom Mask.
I attend a lot of charity events during the year... for children's health, cancer research, Planned Parenthood, all the rest... and they usually have ...
While Martha Stewart's brand is synonymous with good taste and simple style, there are a few little-known tidbits about her that might surprise you.
As I see it, I have three choices: Follow up on that query letter to Saint Nick, cancel our plans to attend a party or get crying, cursing and cobbling.
I drink the wine that is closest to me, and open. Even dog hair blowing around in tumbleweeds in the right light can be artistic. With this age comes freedom to give in to and thoroughly enjoy the unique energy and momentum of us. The recipe for fond memories, it turns out, is pretty simple.
Martha's favorite cakes, what her social media habits are, and what she actually thinks of bloggers.
Some writers like to reflect on modern history from the distance of a decade or a generation. Others prefer 25 or 50 years as appropriate reference points. Very few stop to think about how our lives have changed over the most recent third of a century.
Seven who are redefining what it means to be a domestic deity.
"I thought it was rather exclusionary," Martha Stewart paused, her eyes narrowed slightly, "I think they wanted people to react." She was referring to TIME Magazine's "Gods of Food" cover story (Nov. 18), which controversially failed to include a single female chef.
"Run your own race, baby" Those were the words spoken to me by father at a critical moment of my life. I was a struggling actress, just beginning her career, and I'd gone to Dad in tears. He was a famous nightclub performer by then, and that was the problem: I couldn't get out from under his shadow. I'd been cast as the lead in a summer stock production of Gigi, but the only thing the interviewers and reviewers wanted to talk about was my father. Would I be as good as him? Was I as gifted, as funny? Would I last as long?
This is a wonderful time to be a real person. Ordinary people -- folks just like you and me -- are popping up all over the place. You see us in ads for e-readers, Fords, and room fresheners.
Here are some tips to help you navigate a conference and enjoy the experience without getting overwhelmed.
It's the pact with readers that make bloggers such a powerful force. We may not be experts by your definition, but if an expert is someone that audiences trust to guide them in the right direction, we meet that criteria handily.
I'm a DIYer at heart. I believe that making (and enjoying) beautiful, stylish things should be simple, fun, and affordable. That's why I'm so excited about Martha Stewart's American Made program, a celebration of makers and doers taking place this week in New York City.
A cheat sheet of the most common cooking methods and how to perfect them.