September 24, 2022

MARTHA by Martha Stewart Apparel on

Have you seen the posts on my Instagram page @MarthaStewart48? It's finally here! You can now shop my MARTHA by Martha Stewart Apparel Collection exclusively on - just click on the highlighted link.

I am so thrilled to share all these pieces with you. We've worked hard to develop this elevated line of everyday fashion designed to simplify one's life and look perfectly polished while living it. These first offerings include my Classic Popover Poplin Shirt, my Relaxed Utility Jumpsuit, a Work Jean Jacket, A Utility Field Jacket, Cargo Pants, jeans, and a variety of cotton Tees - and there's a lot more to come in the weeks and months ahead! And every piece is comfortable enough to wear every day. Be sure to go to this weekend to check out my new apparel line. You'll love it!

Enjoy these photos.

September 23, 2022

Cleaning the Equipment Barn on a Rainy Day

Here at my Bedford, New York farm, even rainy days can be extremely productive.

Whenever it's stormy outside and my gardeners and outdoor grounds crew are unable to work in the woods or gardens, I encourage them to take stock of the equipment, clean everything, and then organize all the tools and supplies. After I bought this property, it became quickly apparent that I would need a large building to store equipment. The structure is about 40 by 120 feet, with a substantial amount of height. It is where we keep our mowers, blowers, tractors, tools, and other pieces of important machinery. Yesterday, while it poured for hours, we cleared the space, washed the floors, organized and inspected every item before returning it neatly to its spot, so everything is in good order and ready to use. Keeping things well maintained and properly stored will always save time in the long run.

Enjoy these photos.

September 22, 2022

Moving the Donkey Run-In Shed

There's never a dull moment here at my Bedford, New York farm - this week, the donkey run-in is on the move.

Recently, I decided to relocate the donkey run-in shed from one side of the paddock closer to the center. Run-in sheds are three-sided buildings that allow horses and donkeys free-choice access during inclement weather. My crew took on this task yesterday. If you follow this blog regularly, you may recall we moved the peafowl coop about 25-feet not too long ago. This structure is smaller and a lot lighter, so it required a lot less time to reposition.

Here are some photos, enjoy.