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Woman's DayWoman's Day

Woman's Day May 2019

Woman's Day, one of the oldest and most beloved of all the traditional women's magazines, is ever-evolving to fit the needs of modern readers.

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United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Hearst
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woman's day

Editor-in-Chief Susan Spencer Creative Director Peter Hemmel Executive Editor Annemarie Conte Executive Managing Editor Kim Cheney ART Design Director Isabel Abdai PHOTO Executive Photo Director Christina Weber Photo Director Roni Martin-Chance Senior Editor Martha Maristany Assistant Photo Editor Sara Neumann Assistant Amy Cooper FEATURES Features Director Beth Dreher Senior Editor Andra Chantim Staff Writer Lizz Schumer Editorial Assistant Elissa Sanci HOME Home Editor Sarah Shelton Editorial Assistant Caroline Utz FOOD Chief Food Director Kate Merker Senior Food Editor Drew Anne Salvatore Food Editor Catherine Lo Editorial Project Manager Trish Clasen Test Kitchen Assistant Taylor Murray Editorial Assistant Rebecca Miller HEALTH NEWSROOM Executive Director Lisa Bain Deputy Director Stephanie Dolgoff Senior Editors Alyssa Jung, Kelsey Kloss, Kaitlyn Pirie STYLE Beauty Director April Franzino Associate Beauty Editor Pia Velasco Assistant Beauty Editor Paige Stables Chief Fashion Director Aya Kanai Executive Fashion Director Kristen Saladino Senior Fashion Editor Hannah Deely Associate Fashion Editor Ann Wang Fashion Assistant Rachel Bogo COPY AND RESEARCH Senior Editor, Research Janie Matthews Research Editor Clare Ellis Copy Chief Benay R. Bubar Deputy Copy…

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on my desk this month

I’m one of those people whose bedside table has been taken over by a towering stack of books. (Currently an early Brontë, a beginner’s guide to meditation, and the latest Man Booker Prize winner.) I’m never happier than when I have a book in my hands, which probably stems from the many childhood days I spent reading in my local library. Curled up on a window seat in the children’s room, I worked my way through Laura Ingalls Wilder, Madeleine L’Engle, Beverly Cleary, and other favorites. I’m still a frequent patron of my town library, but the hushed mausoleum of years past has evolved into an essential hub of community life and now features offerings as eclectic as genealogical services, coding classes, and craft circles. Woman’s Day is working with…

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win it! $1,438 in free gardening gear

TRUSTY TOOLS Five readers will win a set of MacKenzie-Childs Morning Glory hand tools from Neiman Marcus. Value: $48 ON THE TABLE Two winners will receive an Arboria Cedar Potting Bench from Home Depot. Value: $299 HOME GROWN Five winners will receive a Braided Burlap Cement Flowerpot from Amara. Value: $70 GREEN THUMB Ten winners will receive a pair of Floral Gardening Gloves from Williams Sonoma. Value: $25 COUNTDOWN TO THE Each year at the Red Dress Awards, Woman’s Day honors the champions fighting heart disease, the number one killer of women. As part of our commitment to help every woman put her heart health first, WD is giving away a wellness item each month, like the book below, to promote an active lifestyle. Learn more about the Woman’s Day Red Dress Awards at womansday.com/reddressawards.…

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good day

THE BEST TIME TO… Eat a Snack A case of the nibbles usually creeps up when you’re feeling bored or blue—but that doesn’t mean you should never snack. It turns out munching on something healthy, like a small apple with string cheese, a few hours after breakfast and then again after lunch can keep your blood sugar steady, meaning you won’t overdo it at your next meal, says registered dietitian Melissa Rifkin. In fact, dips in your blood sugar level could explain why you feel tired and cranky by midafternoon. To make sure your craving is coming from your gut, busy your mind before you hit the vending machine. “Take a three-minute walk, then assess if you’re still hungry,” suggests Joan Salge Blake, R.D.N., author of Nutrition & You. If you are, commence…

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in full bloom

1 Gather Materials You’ll need an 18'' metal wreath form, foam craft eggs in various sizes, a faux lamb’s ear branch, tissue paper in multiple shades (cut into.’’ and?’’ strips), a glue stick, and a glue gun. 2 Cover Eggs Use the glue stick to attach a paper strip to a foam egg lengthwise. Apply a second strip around the egg horizontally. Add strips at varying angles until the egg is covered. 3 Decorate Wreath Clip faux leaves from the branch and hot-glue onto the wreath form. Arrange eggs as desired and hot-glue to leaves and each other. Fill in the gaps with additional glued leaves. MIKE GARTEN. PROP STYLING: KARIN OLSEN. CRAFT STYLING: MARCIE MCGOLDRICK. FIREPLACE WOOD: ANTONIS ACHILLEOS.…

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let the light in!

Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall… Hang one up and watch it do its magic. More Easy Add-Ons Transform a room in seconds with colorful accents. COURTESY OF CHRISTINE MARKATOS DESIGN, MANOLO LANGIS PHOTOGRAPHY. LIVING ROOM CORNER (TOP LEFT): STACY ZARIN GOLDBERG. TABLE AND BENCH (BOTTOM RIGHT): MAX KIM-BEE.…

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