“I think that I have discovered a lot of ways to stay pretty and maintain good health and vitality,” Stewart says. ” Stewart’s rep did not return a request for comment regarding how and where the mogul is looking for love these days.“I have impeccable eyes and impeccable hearing, and it has a lot to do with genetics, but it also has a lot to do with how I take care of myself.
“Love will have something to do with it I’m sure,” she mused. Married men, for example.” Last year, Stewart very publicly joined after telling Matt Lauer on “Today” she wanted to try online dating.
“I’d love to have a more regular male companion.” But Martha’s not interested in just any ordinary affair. Lauer and the site helped her comb through thousands of suitors, before she went on dates with two divorcees called Larry and Stan (last names withheld). Stewart, who was married to publisher Andrew Stewart from 1961 to 1987, also reveals in the cover story she’d be interested in returning to modeling — her profession in the 1960s.
The popular stereotype of the online dater was somebody who vaguely resembled Napoleon Dynamite’s socially inept mustached time-traveling uncle. His photograph (five years out of date) was taken from the one angle where he did not resemble a weird cabbage.
You had to meet him in a Safe, Public Place, and you missed him the first five times after awkwardly approaching all the men in the mall food court who you thought looked like the “judo master & gentleman maker of ” advertised in the online description.
“Also, I’ve always been a big believer that technology, if used well, can enhance one’s life.
So here I am, looking to enhance my dating life.” They’re located near gorgeous beaches and typically have manicured gardens, private pools, and spacious interiors with elegant furnishings.
Filling out a profile correctly — what to say, what color to wear, how close to the camera to stand, what bizarre primordial cues to activate, etc. (Numerous studies have found that more choice may make you less happy. There are so many rabbits.) But especially when you compare it to the bar scene, it makes sense.
When confronted with millions of potential matches, it’s hard to convince yourself that this Perfectly All Right And Not At All Cabbagey-Looking Fellow with whom you are about to go on your third date is, as P. The bar scene, you now realize, conferred an unfair advantage on people naturally gifted in areas like Shouting Really Loudly Over Music, Wearing Fun Going-Out Tops and Not Falling Over On The Dance Floor.
When she invaded Kmarts with her doily lace coasters, we went along with it.
When she told us to “fill a shadow box frame with dark velvet and natural elements for a creepy Halloween look,” we said, “Okay, Martha.” We are accustomed to saying, “Okay, Martha.” She is certainly the most prominent, if not the only, ex-convict telling us how to make tasteful seasonal decorations. She has a profile — yes, that’s really Martha Stewart — where she explains what she’s looking for in a man (“Someone who’s intelligent, established, and curious; and who relishes adventure and new experiences as much as I do. A lover of animals, grandchildren, and the outdoors. “Okay, Martha.” I know that came out with a survey in 2010 claiming that 17 percent of the couples married in the preceding three years had met online, and that 1 in 5 people had gone on online dates.
Martha Stewart has created a profile on the online dating site She describes herself as “curious about everything” with an “adventurous spirit.” Her political views are described as “very liberal.” While she says she is “open to all kinds of people,” Stewart does get more specific about what she is looking for in a man.