Joy Mangano

16 Jul 19
live a curated life

I first started wandering when I was young. I would say that’s like “most people” however, as I have gotten older, I have realized not everyone was prone to wandering at a young age. Some kids sat quietly alone, or they played with other children. Some kids didn’t do either; they just latched themselves to […]

11 Jul 19
Nimrat's Lens

We all have moments where we feel defeated. Depressed. And there’s no particular reason why. It could be because the days are warmer, so there’s more sweat on London tube seats or you are failing to keep at your gym routine. It could be anything trivial. I am having one of those days. I guess […]

18 Jun 19
Ebb Then Flood

A beautiful scene on the west coast of New Zealand’s North Island. But fraught with obstacles – countless rocks, the incessant surf ,tidal rips and undulating topography. Were you to venture to the headland in the distance, that would pretty much be your lot the entire way. Challenging, yes? Consider this,from American inventor Joy Mangano: […]

11 Jun 19
Find A Way by JWP

An inspirational home decor layout that combines modern outdoors furniture and coastal accessories.

06 Jun 19
Market Research Reports

The new research from Global QYResearch on Global Clothes Iron Market Report for 2019 intends to offer target audience with the fresh outlook on market and fill in the knowledge gaps with the help of processed information and opinions from industry experts. The information in the research report is well-processed and a report is accumulated […]

29 May 19
Industry Research City

Market.biz shares a report on “Hanging Ironing Machine Market 2018” which provides the company profile, primary Research, capacity, Secondary Research, and market shares for each competitor. The report will assist the reader with a better understanding and decision making. Over the past years, the global Hanging Ironing Machine Industry have booked year on year growth, although […]

28 May 19
The Fashion Magpie

My everyday makeup and skincare routine — what’s yours?

27 May 19
Apartments Are Homes Too

Items in your apartment have to work hard to earn their space.  They get double points if they help to streamline your item ownership, answer a repeating need, or are simply a joy to use.  The staff here at Apartments Are Homes Too! whittled down our personal favorites to a cream of the crop list […]

26 May 19
Boston Herald
NORTH ANDOVER – There was endless credit to be handed out, but if there was one person who deserved the most praise for Central Catholic Saturday, it was Anthony Caggianelli. The senior captain gutted through an injury he sustained in the trials for the 110 meter hurdles, coming back to win the main event with a time of 14.53 seconds as the Raiders clinched their first Div. 2 EMass boys outdoor track and field title since 2017 at Merrimack College. “I don’t know if you saw the high hurdle trials, but he was the one that got smashed by the hurdles that were in the wrong place, Central Catholic coach Mike Leal said. Luckily, they made the right choice and allowed that entire section to run again. He ran fast enough to get into the finals, and then got the blood cleaned up, got his leg wrapped. Went through the shot and threw up for a little while, and then ran in the finals and won the event. He really went above and beyond today, so I’d guess I’d have to call him the competitor of the meet if I had to pinpoint one.” Despite adversity, Caggianelli managed to place fifth in the shot put (J47-02 feet), helping the Raiders compile 108 points. Central Catholic would go on to win the boys’ 400 hurdles on the back of senior Joe Howshan (55.25), while Dominic Tritto took first in the high jump (6-04). Evan Mills played a critical role as well, winning the pole vault competition (11-00), as the Raiders edged North Andover by three points for the hardware. Carried by the performance of Julia Mechlinski, North Attleboro took home the Div. 2 girls title, finishing with 82 team points. The Bryant commit showed dominance in the discus throw (110-04), and shot put (37-09.50) competitions, providing the 20-point outburst the Rocketeers needed to win the meet. “It just makes my heart so happy,” Mechlinski said. “Our coach said to us freshman year: ‘Your senior year, you guys will be (champions).’ And to accomplish that goal today, a few of us teared up earlier, just because that goal is what we’ve had for four years.” In what has seemingly become a fait accompli at this point, Arlington’s Ryan Oosting broke another record in the boys’ 2 mile with a finish of 8:59.36, topping the prior mark set by Thomas Ratcliffe of Concord-Carlisle in 2017 by 4.18 seconds. It’s going to be close…and Ryan Oosting has set another meet record! This time the Arlington sensation accomplishes the feat in the 2 mile, with an unofficial time of 8:59, beating the prior mark by about four seconds. @BostonHeraldHS pic.twitter.com/Yfs6hkSx5z — Brendan Connelly (@BConn63) May 25, 2019 The number of high school races left in the Stanford commit’s career are limited. Despite exhaustion as he entered the final few laps, the senior would dig deep down the stretch, turning on the gas while he made his ultimate sprint for the finish. “My original goal was 8:50, which was the state record,” said Oosting. “This was my plan coming into outdoor. The site changed from New Bedford to here, and I really like New Bedford’s track. But I wasn’t going to be deferred to try it again today, give it a fair shot…I really faded as I went by in the second mile, but my goal was at least sub-nine (minutes).” Oosting wasn’t the only one adding his name to the history books. In total, five other meet records would fall in North Andover Saturday, two of which were shattered by Brooklyn Manna. The Woburn junior made the highlight reel in the girls’ long jump (19-09.75). She would also set a new mark in the triple jump (39-01.50) as well. Sharon junior Jada Johnson left her mark as well, tying a meet record (5-08) herself in the girls’ high jump event, while Central Catholic’s Katharine Duren set a new standard in the girls’ 100 meter hurdles (14.23). As for team events, the combined group of Iris Bergman, Emma Kerimo, Sarah Reichheld and Katharine Stevens came together to finish with a time of 9:28.07 in the girls’ 4×800, also setting a new bar for future racers. “It’s as proud of a team as I’ve been,” Leal said of his group. “They needed to be exceptional in every event. They couldn’t just be the best that they’ve been this season. They really needed to be exceptional, and they were today.”     TRACK At Merrimack College BOYS 110 hurdles: 1. Anthony Caggianelli, Central Catholic, 14.53; 2. Dimetri Morris, Central Catholic, 14.69; 3. Jackson Anderson, Somerville, 14.76; 4. Terrell Jones, Woburn, 15.08; 5. Marc Davanzo, Sharon, 15.52 400 hurdles: 1. Joe Howshan, Central Catholic, 55.25; 2. Jeff Yang, Plymouth North, 55.42; 3. Shawn Stairs, Billerica, 56.24; 4. Patrick McManus, Sharon, 56.88; 5. Jackson Anderson, Somerville, 57.49 100: 1. Marcus Qualls, Woburn, 10.65; 2. Tristen Howard, Medford, 10.87; 3. Christopher Gong, Sharon, 11.11; 4. PJ Gilpatrick, North Attleboro, 11.13; 5. Anthony Comer, Mansfield, 11.19 200: 1. Tristan Howard, Medford, 21.83; 2. Stephen Harris, Billerica, 22.13; 3. Jack O’Meara, Walpole, 22.53; 4. Alex Hill, Hingham, 22.71; 5. Duncan Moreland, Beverly, 22.96 400: 1. Trevor Nassar, North Andover, 49.99; 2. Andre Klimkiewicz, Woburn, 50.88; 3. Clay MacDonald, Marshfield, 50.89; 4. Stephen Colleran, Walpole, 51.00; 5. Jeff Yang, Plymouth North, 51.08; 5. Jovan Joseph, King Philip, 51.08 800: 1. Jason Windvogel, Mansfield, 1:56.21; 2. Shane Grant, Walpole, 1:56.43; 3. Joseph Madden, Milford, 1:57.08; 4. Rafael Burger, Belmont, 1:58.68; 5. Friend Weiler, Duxbury, 1:58.80 A photo finish in the boys’ 800, and Jason Windvogel of Mansfield is going to rally down the stretch to win the race. Final time: 1:56.21. @BostonHeraldHS @MHShornets pic.twitter.com/CmNyCsJbR3 — Brendan Connelly (@BConn63) May 25, 2019 Mile: 1. Michael Griffin, King Philip, 4:16.44; 2. Matthew Kleiman, Concord-Carlisle, 4:17.59; 3. Alex Ehrenthal, Concord-Carlisle, 4:19.43; 4. Shane Grant, Walpole, 4:20.19; 5. William Kenney, Gloucester, 4:23.39 2 mile: 1. Ryan Oosting, Arlington, 8:59.36; 2. William Chaffin, Concord-Carlisle, 9:25.69; 3. Nick Valianti, Marshfield, 9:36.13; 4. Christopher Ratcliffe, Concord-Carlisle, 9:37.48; 5. Alex Brown, Hopkinton, 9:45.63 4×100: 1. North Andover, 43.47; 2. North Attleboro, 43.59; 3. Woburn, 43.94; 4. Central Catholic, 44.18; 5. Mansfield, 44.37 4×400: 1. Billerica, 3:25.32; 2. North Andover, 3:25.22; 3. Central Catholic, 3:25.77; 4. Walpole, 3:29.34; 5. Mansfield, 3:30.89 4×800: 1. North Andover, 8:03.01; 2. Marshfield, 8:06.04; 3. Concord-Carlisle, 8:08.15; 4. Woburn, 8:08.48; 5. Mansfield, 8:13.74 High jump: 1. Dominic Tritto, Central Catholic, 6-04; 2. Terrell Jones, Woburn, J6-04; 3. Will O’Connell, Hingham, 6-02; 3. Owen Nassaney, North Attleboro, 6-02; 5. Thomas Allardi, Reading, J6-02 Long jump: 1. Omer Jasseh, North Attleboro, 22-05.75; 2. Tyler Glendon, North Andover, 22-03.25; 3. Brady Sorenson, Plymouth North, 22-00.50; 4. Deric Casado, King Philip, 21-07.75; 5. Aaron MacDonald, Oliver Ames, 21-07.00 Triple Jump: 1. Alexander Loyd, Silver Lake, 44-07.25; 2. Worlf Malivert, Somerville, 43-06.00; 3. Terrell Jones, Woburn, 43-05.00; 4. Alexander Dacruz, Greater New Bedford, 43-00.00; 5. Omar Jasseh, North Attleboro, 42-01.75 Discus: 1. Evan Saindon, North Andover, 141-00; 2. Beau Bernadeau, North Andover, 136-03; 3. Leo Lopez, Central Catholic, 133-01; 4. Phillip Xu, Billerica, 130-09; 5. Brett Cole, Plymouth North, 124-04 Javelin: 1. Alex Rokosz, Belmont, 167-06; 2. Brendan Cesati, Central Catholic, 165-09; 3. Lewy Baez-Troncoso, Central Catholic, 162-09; 4. Chris Wheeler, Reading, 154-11; 5. Will Gossman, North Andover, 152-05 Pole Vault: 1. Evan Mills, Central Catholic, 11-00; 2. Peter Martel, North Andover, 10-06; 2. Lucas Sciaudone, North Andover, 10-06; 4. Ethan Bourassa, North Andover, 10-00; 5. Lamond Cross, North Andover, J10-00 Shot put: 1. Beau Bernadeau, North Andover, 52-07; 2. Terre Jacobs-Baston, King Philip, 50-06; 3. Phillip Xu, Billerica, 47-04; 4. Will Dion, Plymouth North, 47-02; 5. Anthony Caggianelli, Central Catholic, J47-02 Team Totals: 1. Central Catholic, 108; 2. North Andover, 105; 3. Woburn, 48; 4. North Attleboro, 42.50; 5. Billerica, 37; 6. Concord-Carlisle, 35.50; 7. Mansfield, 34; 8. King Philip, 32; 8. Walpole, 32; 10. Somerville, 31 GIRLS 100 hurdles: 1. Katharine Duren, Central Catholic, 14.23; 2. Jada Johnson, Sharon, 14.57; 3. Elizabeth Lee, Sharon, 15.41; 4. Alison McDonough, Silver Lake, 15.51; 5. Isabelle Gay, Hingham, 15.59 400 hurdles: 1. Ciara Dale, Hingham, 65.21; 2. Carla Bouchrouche, Central Catholic, 65.23; 3. Joy He, Belmont, 66.39; 4. Brianna Gibson, Oliver Ames, 66.40; 5. Amanda MacKinnon, Marshfield, 67.06 100: 1. Trinity Tapper, North Andover, 12.39; 2. Amanda Mangano, Mansfield, 12.55; 3. Caileigh Driscoll, Plymouth North, 12.62; 4. Courtney Lambright, O’Bryant/Roxbury, 12.67; 5. Ashley Donnelly, Hopkinton, 12.69 200: 1. Kerry O’Connor, Milford, 25.51; 2. Vanessa Ibrahim, North Attleboro, 25.73; 3. Sarah Flanagan, Milford, 25.74; 4. Courtney Lambright, O’Bryant, 26.13; 5. Delaney Mick, Hopkinton, 26.25 400: 1. India Ingemi, Beverly, 56.49; 2. Kaytlin Encarnacao, Reading, 59.03; 3. Riley Paskow, Silver Lake, 59.66; 4. Emma Lawrence, Milford, 59.76; 5. Liana Bazzarella, Woburn, 59.94 800: 1. Nicole Anderson, Billerica, 2:14.41; 2. Caroline McGrath, Walpole, 2:16.59; 3. Iris Bergman, Concord-Carlisle, 2:17.03; 4. Sam Maffeo, Billerica, 2:18.00; 5. Ciara Hume, Marshfield, 2:19.37 Mile: 1. Caroline McGrath, Walpole, 4:57.11; 2. Emma Kerimo, Concord-Carlisle, 5:01.14; 3. Schuyler Gooley, Hopkinton, 5:01.69; 4. Nora Johnson, Concord-Carlisle, 5:06.05; 5. Sarah Reichheld, Concord-Carlisle, 5:07.00 2 mile: 1. Ashley Foley, Beverly, 11:05.60; 2. Olivia Jones, Hopkinton, 11:11.24; 3. Summer Bejarano, Silver Lake, 11:13.29; 4. Sofia LoVuolo, Marshfield, 11:17.35; 5. Hannah Doherty, Billerica, 11:22.29 4×100: 1. North Attleboro, 49.39; 2. North Andover, 49.41; 3. Mansfield, 49.63; 4. Hopkinton, 49.79; 5. Plymouth North, 50.16 4×400: 1. Billerica, 3:56.89; 2. Milford, 3:58.36; 3. Duxbury, 4:06.57; 4. North Attleboro, 4:07.51; 5. Beverly, 4:07.80 4×800: 1. Concord-Carlisle, 9:28.07; 2. Walpole, 9:32.14; 3. Marshfield, 9:34.31; 4. North Andover, 9:38.52; 5. Woburn, 9:42.25 High jump: 1. Jada Johnson, Sharon, 5-08; 2. Aislinn Cannistraro, Somerville, 5-06; 3. Sarah Lavery, North Andover, 5-04; 4. Annie Towler, Beverly, J5-04; 5. Olivia Etienvre, North Attleboro, 5-02 Long jump: 1. Brooklyn Manna, Woburn, 19-09.75; 2. Jada Johnson, Sharon, 18-11.00; 3. Kerry O’Connor, Milford, 18-04.75; 4. Trinity Tapper, North Andover, 18-00.75; 5. Rachel Brimmer, North Andover, 17-09.75 Triple Jump: 1. Brooklyn Manna, Woburn, 39-01.50; 2. Erin Regan, Walpole, 38-06.00; 3. Avonia Herbert, Sharon, 37-09.00; 4. Lily Weatherbee, North Attleboro, 37-08.50; 5. Isabelle Gay, Hingham, 37-03.25 Discus: 1. Julia Mechlinski, North Attleboro, 11-04; 2. Kate Powers, Hopkinton, 110-03; 3. Nina Sacco, Walpole, 107-10; 4. Caitlin Byrne, North Andover, 99-03; 5. Ashley Farfaras, Woburn, 97-01 Javelin: 1. Julia Feid, North Attleboro, 121-07; 2. Olivia Valianti, Marshfield, 118-04; 3. Celia Capone, Reading, 117-01; 4. Abigail Calistra, North Attleboro, 112-06; 5. Mae Raeke, Plymouth North, 109-07 Pole Vault: 1. Haley Lightbody, Reading, 11-00; 2. Sarah Firth, Belmont, 10-06; 3. Maja Nielsen, Hingham, 10-00; 4. Jane Freund, North Andover, 9-00; 5. Peyton Belsher, 8-06 Shot put: 1. Julia Mechlinski, North Attleboro, 37-09.50; 2. Emily Grant, North Andover, 33-10.50; 3. Emily DeMinico, Central Catholic, 33-09.00; 4. Bailee Ziolkowski, King Philip, 33-04.00; 5. Holly Reader-Morning, Silver Lake, 32-10.00 Team Totals: 1. North Attleboro, 82; 2. North Andover, 67; 3. Walpole, 48; 4. Hingham, 46; 4. Central Catholic, 46; 6. Hopkinton, 43; 7. Sharon, 42; 8. Milford, 37; 8. Woburn, 37; 10. Beverly, 35  
23 May 19
Inspiring Home

Leaving your job to become a stay-at-home mom can help save your family thousands of dollars in the cost of child care, cleaning, and everything else that goes into running a household. However, this is a job that is often taken for granted, and many mothers want more from their life than just raising the […]

21 May 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

Every year, graduation season means a fresh new batch of grads are about to enter full-on adulthood. If you know a guy who is gearing up to walk across the stage in a cap and gown to receive his diploma, but you’re not sure what to get him for his special day, keep reading. College […]

20 May 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

Springtime means bright blooms, longer days, and a new class that’s getting ready to graduate. For you that means watching a woman you’re proud of accept her diploma, which also means you need to find the perfect gift for her. Depending on her interests, your grad might have useful items on her wishlist like kitchen […]