Martha Stewart made her assistant organize her enemas

It’s tough being Martha Stewart’s assistant, who was ordered to reorganize the domestic diva’s mountain of beauty and medical products . . . including enema kits.

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Martha magnanimously blogged about how her personal assistant, Shqipe Berisha, was tasked with sorting her kaleidoscope of cosmetics into labeled clear plastic tubs in the basement dressing room of her “winter house.”

Stewart wrote, “One by one, Shqipe removes items from the bins and re-categorizes every item, re-evaluating what is still usable and discarding items that are too old or expired. This process is tedious, but it is always a good idea to clean out makeup and other beauty care supplies every few months.”

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Following the purge, Stewart proudly posted photos of the orderly finished product, including one shot revealing a full labeled box of “enema kits” (said to be a last resort for people with constipation . . . surely M. Diddy couldn’t suffer this, after all her healthy eating advice?), another box for “specimen collections,” “medicated patches” plus a tub of “pills” next to what appears to be an expensive tub of La Mer body lotion and Korean face masks.

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Shqipe also organized Stewart’s clothes “by item and then by color,” plus an entire wall of shoes.

To add insult to enema, this basement isn’t even Martha’s main closet.

“In addition to my expansive closet upstairs, this section of my very large basement is dedicated to additional clothes, shoes, cosmetics and other beauty-care supplies,” she added.

This article originally appeared on Page Six.

From Fox News.

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