About Sues

About Sues

 

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Hi! I’m Sues. Welcome to We are not Martha! I’m a 30-something lifelong Boston resident who has been blogging since 2008 (holy moly! That even sounds weird to me). I started We are not Martha back in January 2008 with my friend Chels as a way to show people how to live a Martha-type life while still having lots of fun.

The blog has changed quite a bit over the years and though I’m now running the blog solo, I have been staying very busy in the kitchen. When we first started We are not Martha, I was a single girl in my 20s living in Boston. Now I’m in my early 30s, married, and living in the Boston suburbs with my husband and my dog. During the day, I work in social media at a marketing agency in the city and take on freelance writing jobs whenever I have time. Though life has changed over the years, my love for cooking, baking, writing, and all things Martha Stewart have stayed the same.

While I blog mainly about my recipe creations, I also write about my travels and restaurant experiences, what I’m reading and what I’m loving, and more. Oh, and if you’re looking for dog-friendly recipes, you’ve come to the right place!

I do work with brands, but only when it’s a brand I truly believe in and am a fan of. If you’re interested in working with We are not Martha on a project or advertising opportunity, check out my “work with me” page and feel free to reach out to me at thegirls@wearenotmartha.com.

To see some of the press and campaigns I’ve been involved in so far, be sure to visit my Press and Accolades page.

Please do not republish my recipes without my permission. However, if you would like to share one of my photos, please do so by crediting the photo back to me and linking to my blog post.

Thank you so much for reading WANM! I can’t wait to connect with you 🙂

6 Responses to "About Sues"

  1. […] learn. I found an amazing post – Lamb Vindaloo, Garlic Naan, and Indian Chai Tea from the We are Not Martha site. Deciding their site was a perfect example of what we could aspire to, I couldn’t wait […]

  2. […] post has been a long time coming. It was over 3 years ago that Chels brought me to Barbara Lynch’s Stir Kitchen for my birthday. We took Stir’s Fresh […]

  3. Girl I have always enjoyed your recipes and hoping to see you in Blogher food 2015! Are you going to be there?!

  4. Love your site! And you’re local!

  5. Cary Ericson says:

    I never did like Martha, so will be glad to see what you do. MaRTHA used to live next door to my book group leader and she was all kind of trouble

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