Bonnie Somerville
Star of the Hallmark Channel Original Movie "Mom's Day Away," Bonnie Somerville discusses her character's decison to take a girls-only trip after sacrificing her career to raise a family. She explains how relatable this dilemma is for many women deciding whether it's best to stay home or reenter the workforce. Bonnie even shares memories of her own upbringing as a child of a working mom. Plus, Bonnie is stoked to sing Fleetwood Mac's "Go Your Own Way" in the film.
The Hallmark Channel Original Movie "Mom's Day Away" premieres Saturday, May 10 at 8/7c on Hallmark Channel. Follow Bonnie on Twitter @bonsomerville.

Homemade Snickers with Jessie Jane

Homemade Snickers with Jessie Jane
Your sweet tooth with be thanking Jessie Jane for this homemade candy bar recipe. She recruits Mark's two sons, Kai and Avery, to help her make Snickers. They go layer-by-layer with the chocolate, peanut better, marshmallow fluff, caramel, and more. and Facebook.

Wells of Hope Part 2 with Tanya Memme

Tanya Memme shares more haertbreaking stories depicting just how impactful her philanthropic trips to Guatemala have been with her dad Frank. Her last journey was the most difficult because it broke her heart as a mother to see a little boy suffer from an incurable skin condition known as leopard syndrome. After raising $6,000 by posting an internet video, the young patient is visited by a nurse multiple times per week for treatment. Tanya also describes the horrific conditions of the "dump," a region where 25 families call home. Wells of Hope also gives this community access to dental care annually, education, and housing. Tanya explains the process of opening a new school, as well as the generous donation gifted by Paul Mitchell's foundation. Find out more about Wells of Hope and how you can help bring fresh water and education to millions by visiting

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Diaper Bag Essentials with Tiffany Lerman

Designer Tiffany Lerman enlightens us with advice from her mom Jackie Collins. Then, she teaches Debbie Matenopoulos how to pack for baby with all the diaper bag essentials. Tiffany designed her very own line of lightweight diaper bags with a lot of pockets and compartments. She fills it with all the must-haves, including a blanket, changing mat, diapers, wipes, bottle, pacifier, toys, sunscreen, storybook, change of clothes, extra socks, bib, burping cloth, and cosmetic bag for mom. Best yet, all that weighs less than a gallon of milk! Take a look at Tiffany's collection at

Follow TV personality and style expert Debbie Matenopoulos on Twitter @IAmDebbieM. Her first cookbook, "It's All Greek to Me," is available in stores now.

Outdoor Entertaining with Kym Douglas

Kym Douglas tells us how to create an oasis in our backyard for a tranquil staycation right at home! Lounge around in this luxurious three-person hammock complete with a suspended built-in table. She also has great picnic supplies to keep drinks chilled and bugs off food. The kids have a field day with a game of croquet and water guns. Plus, Mark makes a splash with the slip n' slide! Products:
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Bamboo food tent, $5.99,
Solar mason jar, $9.99,
Croquet set, $39.99,
Slip 'N Slide, $9.99, or DIY using a tarp & hose

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Shari Belafonte

Actress, singer, and photographer Shari Belafonte gets candid about her personal struggle to shed some extra pounds at the advice of her doctor. She found joint stiffness and pain even more of a wakeup call to make a change in her life. Shari decided to cut back on gluten and take an FDA-approved appetite suppressant to achieve results. Today, Shari discusses her involvement in the Inspire to Lose campaign, for which she's photographed "after" photos of people who too have lost significant amounts of weight. Learn more at

Hollywood Steals

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Mark Cooks Sliders with His Sons

Mark Cooks Sliders with His Sons
Mark explains to sons Kai and Avery how we can significantly reduce our carbon footprint by not eating meat for just one day. So, he makes meatless, GMO-free chicken sliders that taste just like the real thing. Meanwhile, the boys make chipotle mayonnaise and tzatziki dipping sauces.
Find the dipping sauce recipes here>> Recipes courtesy of

Multi Level Garden with Shirley Bovshow

Multi-Level Garden with Shirley Bovshow
Garden designer Shirley Bovshow shows us how to make the most of a small space. She creates a beautiful garden by hanging plants at different levels from an arbor.
1. Create a multi-level garden with low maintenance plants that have an extended bloom time.
2. Create a focal point using an arbor. 3. Use mulch to keep weeds down. Water if soil feels dry to touch. Fertilize with a diluted solution every week. 4. Rotate hanging baskets for even sun exposure. All of today's plants are from

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