Madeline Buiano, Staff Writer at Martha Stewart
Madeline Buiano, Staff Writer at Martha Stewart

Madeline Buiano

Madeline is a digital staff writer for Martha Stewart and Martha Stewart Weddings.
Add moisture to your bedroom or office and minimize the affects of dry air with these tiny but mighty machines.
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Whether you're spending the night with your significant other, inner circle, or solo, these movies sum up what really matters on February 14—love and friendship.
Washing your face is a fundamental part of your skin care routine, since it removes bacteria, dead skin cells, dirt, makeup, and pollutants that build up throughout the day—but is it necessary in the morning?
A study found that even small amounts of moderate to vigorous exercise can improve short-term memory, verbal fluency, and processing skills.
Pro tip: It's important to never let the wood get too wet when cleaning, which can cause the material to warp.
The new, stricter rules, which will impact what can (and can't) be labeled as organic, go into effect on March 20. Food producers will have a full year to comply.
The oval-shaped insects feed on sap, resulting in yellowing leaves, stunted growth, and even plant death.
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While studies have shown gas stoves emit harmful gasses, like methane and nitrogen oxides, there are a few ways you can make the appliance safer for you and the environment.
Routine maintenance of your window treatments is necessary to prevent buildup of dust, dirt, pet dander, and other allergens.
The oval-shaped insects feed on sap, resulting in yellowing leaves, stunted growth, and even plant death.
While studies have shown gas stoves emit harmful gasses, like methane and nitrogen oxides, there are a few ways you can make the appliance safer for you and the environment.
Routine maintenance of your window treatments is necessary to prevent buildup of dust, dirt, pet dander, and other allergens.
According to the research, cutting boards are the second most contaminated area of the kitchen.
Your outermost layer of skin is responsible for protecting you from external factors, like chemicals, bacteria, environmental stressors, and other irritants.
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Surprise the guy in your life with a special something just for him on February 14th.
These lawn substitutes require little to no water, weeding, pesticides, or fertilizers, which means they are easier on you and the environment.
Compacted soils occur when the air pockets within the soil are pushed out, which commonly happens in high traffic areas of your yard.
Blackout curtains aren't just a pleasing design element for your home. They also block out the sun, provide privacy, and insulate your space.
Leaving the TV on during bedtime decreases melatonin production and disrupts the restorative stages of your sleep cycle.
Reclaim your space by parting with things in your home you no longer use or have been damaged over time.
Regularly cleaning your brush prevents dirt, oil, and bacteria from being deposited right back onto your scalp.
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Knowing which paw your dog favors may also provide insight into how your pet is feeling emotionally.
According to veterinarians, not being able to feel your cat's ribs without pushing in significantly is a telltale sign they're overweight.
How efficiently your air purifier removes dust and debris from your home depends on how regularly you clean it.
Kittens learn how to purr when they are just a few days old, and the behavior extends into adulthood as a way to communicate their needs to their owner.
From pocket-sized iterations to floral-printed designs, these planners blend form and function.
Choose a shade that works with a range of backsplash and countertop materials.
Although it's not always harmful, mold can remove plant nutrients, reduce growth, and lead to diseases and other stressors.