Marni

19 Apr 19
Noticias Ultimas

VALLEY GLEN, California. – Vanessa Núñez está preparando a su hijo Eric, de 4 años, para jugar. Ella tiene cuatro hijos, el mayor tiene 11 años. Núñez se encuentra entre el 29 por ciento de los estudiantes de Los Angeles Valley College que están criando niños mientras asisten a la escuela. Si bien ser estudiante […]

19 Apr 19
Spectro Radio

Mary Poppins is counted by many Disney fans to be Walt Disney’s finest work. He was originally introduced to the Mary Poppins stories by his daughter Diane. Diane Disney was a fan of the series of books by author P.L. Travers who began publishing the books in the 1930s in London during the Great Depression. […]

18 Apr 19
National Post

As more details spill from the NXIVM trial, we get an insight into the cult world: branding, sex slaves and physical constraint

18 Apr 19
If I Was A Stylist

As I write each new wish list I read just a little more of Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay “Notes on ‘Camp’.” The essay was what the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute curator in charge Andrew Bolton used as the jumping point for the theme of this years exhibit and subsequently the theme for this […]

18 Apr 19
CatasTrophy Wife

A few nights ago, J and I went down to the marina to watch a laser light show and the Supertree Grove light show. The light shows happen every night and they’re free. Normally, I’m not a big fan of laser light shows, but this one was on the water and seemed like it might […]

18 Apr 19
Keunikan Dunia

Keunikan – Marni Mulya Hotel Solo menjadi satu di antara hotel di Solo yang representatif untuk pariwisata.

18 Apr 19
Q13 FOX News

[ooyala player_id=”c8cff4cec9d94ae0896f6443af7ee837″ auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”VqYjUyOkWkUw5ULayoUpHorxtcBB” code=”I5aDZuaDE68tnDMwWx0F1KcTagRaK2Yk”] April is Parkinson’s awareness month and while we don’t know what causes the disease or have a cure, we do know there are ways to help people manage the condition and improve their quality of life.  For some, it begins with the right moves. With every stretch and […]

18 Apr 19
Raleigh Family Photographer

Mommy and Me Mini Session | Marni and Sofia’s Sneak Peek | WRAL Azalea Gardens   Mommy and Me Mini Sessions

17 Apr 19
The Fashion Visitor

Starting today, so many unmissable offers for the spring season. Make the most of it now! Spring sale up to 30% off a selection of designer brands from Missoni, No.21, Marni, Stella McCartney, Fendi and many more. Yoox Women Yoox Man FREE STANDARD SHIPPING

17 Apr 19
Somewhere Over This Rainbow

Part Four // Sea Joy We are getting very close to finalizing the land sale and the papers are ready for signing with the next phone call. These papers consist of the agreement to sell, the transfere of land certificate, the research of land certificate, a title search, a title to the water line, a […]

17 Apr 19
SRK Universe Darbhanga

Shah Rukh Khan (born Shahrukh Khan; 2 November 1965), also known by the initialism SRK, is an Indian actor, film producer, and television personality. Referred to in the media as the “Badshah of Bollywood”, “King of Bollywood” and “King Khan”, he has appeared in more than 80 Bollywoodfilms, and earned numerous accolades, including 14 Filmfare Awards. For his contributions to film, the […]

17 Apr 19
East Bay Times
I never set out to be the poster mom for blended families. DC and I were both married before. His wife died. My marriage hit the rocks. And three years ago we gave marriage another shot. Today we are a blended family of five arguably grown children (his three plus my two), who range in age from 23 to 38 and live scattered like dandelion thistle across four states. Actually, we’re double blended. When DC married his first wife, she had a 5-year-old son, so DC’s eldest is a stepson. We are a mixed, colorful, widespread, crazy quilt American family. And we are the norm. In America, the intact, biologically bonded, mother-father-and-child family is not the rule. The re-coupled family is, said Dr. Jeannette Lofas, president and founder of The Stepfamily Foundation, and author of five books on stepfamilies. “Today, 60 percent of families live in some form of divorced or stepfamily relationship,” she said. As the female lead of this new ensemble, I looked around for the blended-family playbook, and didn’t find one. While I will leave the subject of how to negotiate the psychological repercussions to the experts, here’s what I can tell you: Home design has a role. How you decorate your home shows kids — regardless, of whether they live with you full time, part time or just visit, whether they’re in diapers or in high school, off to college or off making their own homes — their place in the new normal. Here are eight ways to help blended kids feel at home: Provide equal representation. If you have all your son’s soccer trophies and memorabilia on display, but precious little reflecting your partner’s daughter’s debate championships, balance the scales. The kids will notice. Display photos with intention. The family photo wall or table is symbolic, and is an opportunity to show the blended family coming together. The kids will be looking, believe me, at how they fit in, and who’s most prominent. Get literal. Names painted above coat hooks, monogramed on pillowcases, or engraved on matching mugs give kids a sense of belonging. Create a space for them. Until kids grow completely out of the home and are well on their way, every child should have a place in the house that is just theirs. This doesn’t have to be an entire room, but a shelf, a chest, a desk, or a drawer, said Israel. Don’t violate the space by putting other things there when they’re not around. Include them in the housework. To make kids feel like part of the household, don’t treat them like guests, said Lofas. “Everyone has a job. You make the salad. You empty the dishwasher.”  Being part of a family means taking part in the running of the household. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]Create rituals. Traditions are part of what defines a family. Creating new or continuing old family traditions with new family members goes a long way. To build a network among our far-flung family, we send a group text on every member’s birthday. That way everyone can easily send a warm wish. Show respect. You can’t make blended family members love one another, but you can teach them to respect one another. Dr. Marilyn Coleman, professor of human development and family science at the University of Missouri, says she often hears men complain about the lack of respect their new wives have for their belongings and their child’s things. Celebrate the lessons. “Family is where we learn,” said Lofas, “and that is especially true in blended families, which teach us 30 ways of looking at life, as well as important lessons about assimilating and adapting, and that everyone brings you something.” Syndicated columnist Marni Jameson is the author of five home and lifestyle books, including “Downsizing the Family Home – What to Save, What to Let Go”,  and the forthcoming “Downsizing the Blended Home – When Two Households Become One”.  (Sterling Publishing, Dec. 2019). You may reach her at http://www.marnijameson.com.
17 Apr 19
The Mercury News
I never set out to be the poster mom for blended families. DC and I were both married before. His wife died. My marriage hit the rocks. And three years ago we gave marriage another shot. Today we are a blended family of five arguably grown children (his three plus my two), who range in age from 23 to 38 and live scattered like dandelion thistle across four states. Actually, we’re double blended. When DC married his first wife, she had a 5-year-old son, so DC’s eldest is a stepson. We are a mixed, colorful, widespread, crazy quilt American family. And we are the norm. In America, the intact, biologically bonded, mother-father-and-child family is not the rule. The re-coupled family is, said Dr. Jeannette Lofas, president and founder of The Stepfamily Foundation, and author of five books on stepfamilies. “Today, 60 percent of families live in some form of divorced or stepfamily relationship,” she said. As the female lead of this new ensemble, I looked around for the blended-family playbook, and didn’t find one. While I will leave the subject of how to negotiate the psychological repercussions to the experts, here’s what I can tell you: Home design has a role. How you decorate your home shows kids — regardless, of whether they live with you full time, part time or just visit, whether they’re in diapers or in high school, off to college or off making their own homes — their place in the new normal. Here are eight ways to help blended kids feel at home: Provide equal representation. If you have all your son’s soccer trophies and memorabilia on display, but precious little reflecting your partner’s daughter’s debate championships, balance the scales. The kids will notice. Display photos with intention. The family photo wall or table is symbolic, and is an opportunity to show the blended family coming together. The kids will be looking, believe me, at how they fit in, and who’s most prominent. Get literal. Names painted above coat hooks, monogramed on pillowcases, or engraved on matching mugs give kids a sense of belonging. Create a space for them. Until kids grow completely out of the home and are well on their way, every child should have a place in the house that is just theirs. This doesn’t have to be an entire room, but a shelf, a chest, a desk, or a drawer, said Israel. Don’t violate the space by putting other things there when they’re not around. Include them in the housework. To make kids feel like part of the household, don’t treat them like guests, said Lofas. “Everyone has a job. You make the salad. You empty the dishwasher.”  Being part of a family means taking part in the running of the household. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]Create rituals. Traditions are part of what defines a family. Creating new or continuing old family traditions with new family members goes a long way. To build a network among our far-flung family, we send a group text on every member’s birthday. That way everyone can easily send a warm wish. Show respect. You can’t make blended family members love one another, but you can teach them to respect one another. Dr. Marilyn Coleman, professor of human development and family science at the University of Missouri, says she often hears men complain about the lack of respect their new wives have for their belongings and their child’s things. Celebrate the lessons. “Family is where we learn,” said Lofas, “and that is especially true in blended families, which teach us 30 ways of looking at life, as well as important lessons about assimilating and adapting, and that everyone brings you something.” Syndicated columnist Marni Jameson is the author of five home and lifestyle books, including “Downsizing the Family Home – What to Save, What to Let Go”,  and the forthcoming “Downsizing the Blended Home – When Two Households Become One”.  (Sterling Publishing, Dec. 2019). You may reach her at http://www.marnijameson.com.
17 Apr 19

“It’s not that hard to clean up after yourself,” Senate President Emma Hastings ’19 says.

17 Apr 19
CatasTrophy Wife

We switched hotels yesterday and we’re now on the island of Sentosa – still in Singapore, just about 15 minutes away from downtown. We’re at a resort, which is so different from where we were staying. Here are a couple of pictures: And this was the sign we found in the room: That’s right a […]

17 Apr 19
Connor Renwick

This year, during Salone del Mobile 2019, Marni paid tribute to the moon through Marni Moon Walk. The outdoor sensory journey shares a dimension in which primitive allure blends seamlessly with the future. The universe of Marni presents a series of original products that were created using unexplored materials to create a path ripe with […]