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One of the biggest annoyances in my everyday life is seeing the term “iconic” used casually all too often. Modern culture has mapped a pedestrian meaning onto this sacred word that, in my opinion, should be reserved for the ultimate movers and shakers throughout history.

An individual who has proven herself time and time again to be the baddest in the biz is homemaking, crafting and television personality extraordinaire (among many other talents) Martha Stewart. Don’t agree with me? Check out this timeline of accomplishments and Internet-breaking moments that the media mogul has gifted us with since the moment she stepped foot out of federal prison.

March 2005

Martha Stewart is released from federal prison.

September 2005

Stewart returns to daytime television with The Martha Stewart Show and appears in a special edition of The Apprentice entitled The Apprentice: Martha Stewart.

October 2005

Stewart releases her book The Martha Rules, which offers advice on starting and managing a new business.

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November 2005

Stewart publishes another book, Martha Stewart’s Baking Handbook.

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July 2006

Martha Stewart Living announces an exclusive partnership with FLOR.

October 2006

Stewart publishes another book, Martha Stewart’s Homekeeping Handbook.

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The Martha Stewart Show is nominated for six Emmys, including Best Host and Best Show.

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November 2006

Stewart appears in an episode of Ugly Betty entitled “Four Thanksgivings and a Funeral.” (3:38)

May 2007

Stewart signs a contract with Costco to create fresh and frozen food items under the Kirkland Signature label.

September 2007

Stewart launches an upscale collection of 2,000+ homewares at Macy’s, the largest in the department store’s history.

Martha Stewart Living announces a partnership with E. & J. Gallo Winery to produce a range of Martha Stewart Vintage wines.

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July 2008

Martha Stewart Living premieres exclusive items at Walmart.

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January 2010

The Martha Stewart Show is moved to the Hallmark Channel and is renamed simply Martha.

April 2012

Stewart plays a private school headmistress in an episode of Law & Order: SVU entitled “Learning Curve.”

October 2012

Martha Stewart’s Cooking School debuts on PBS.

August 2013

Stewart joins Instagram, posting a blurry photo of her signature blueberry muffins with the caption, “Yummy blueberry muffins for me and my guests. Recipe from baking book.”

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September 2016

VH1 premieres Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party.

April 2018

Martha becomes a recurring judge for hit Food Network competition show Chopped.

The Martha Stewart Celebration collection debuts at Michaels stores, featuring 300+ party supplies.

October 2018

Stewart surprises Julia Roberts on The Ellen Show.

January 2019

Stewart becomes the face of Aerosoles.

February 2019

Canadian cannabis company Canopy Growth enlists Stewart as an official adviser.

March 2019

Stewart posts on Instagram with a cutout of herself and asks the question, “Which is the real Martha?”

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Stewart debuts a Titanic-themed trailer for Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Party Challenge that breaks the Internet.

Watch: Martha and Snoop Return to the Kitchen With This Hilarious Titanic Spoof

Your favorite duo is back! Watch Martha and Snoop's hilarious promo for their new season of Potluck Party Challenge, featuring one iconic Titanic scene with a culinary twist. Tune in to the season premiere on April 3 on VH1!

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April 2019

DJ Martha Stewart makes an appearance on the streets of New York City.

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May 2019

Stewart becomes the face of both Postmates and Uber Black.

July 2019

Stewart launches a new Christmas line on QVC, including the Martha shooting star.