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Woman's DayWoman's Day

Woman's Day June2019

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

When her husband, Thomas, came home from serving in Afghanistan, Colleen Johnson “saw immediately that he was a changed man,” she writes in our story on page 50. “I vowed that I would love him enough to work through the darkness.” Colleen is one of the 5.5 million people who care for our nation’s wounded military service members and veterans every day—managing medications; scheduling rehab visits; avoiding emotional triggers; driving to appointments; coordinating health care; and bathing, feeding, and dressing their loved ones, often while raising children and holding down jobs. The role, which they never sought, can be isolating; the responsibilities, overwhelming. Enter former Senator, Cabinet Secretary, and past president of the American Red Cross Elizabeth Dole, who became aware of the challenges military caregivers face when her husband,…

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win it! $2,276 in free travel essentials

COMFORT ON THE GO Six readers will win an Ostrichpillow Go, a memory foam neck pillow that guarantees optimal coziness. Value: $60 INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANT Two winners will receive a Pocketalk Voice Translator, a portable translation device that will make navigating new places a breeze. Value: $299 TAKE NOTE Ten winners will receive a Voyageur Notebook from Moleskine, which comes with color-coded tabs, detachable lists, stickers, and a pocket for printed emails, maps, and itineraries. Value: $23 TUNED OUT Five readers will win a pair of True Evo Wireless Earphones from Altec Lansing, perfect for listening to in-flight entertainment. Value: $100 FRESHEN UP Six winners will receive a travel kit of essential oil roll-ons and spritzes from Saje to use during travel to stay alert and bright. Value: $80 COUNTDOWN TO THE Each year at the Red Dress Awards, Woman’s Day honors…

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love your style

“I’m not tall or thin enough to wear wide-leg flowy pants,” a friend recently told me. “Pish posh!” I replied. “You can wear whatever the heck you want.” If pants are too long for you, you hem them. Mind-boggling concept, I know. Luckily, many dry cleaners employ magicians for just this kind of dilemma. Or, you could wear a little heel—a wedge, perhaps—to make your legs a couple of inches longer. “But what do I wear on top?” she asked. “Something semi-fitted,” I said, “like a T-shirt that isn’t vacuum-sealed to your body.” “Do I tuck it in?” she asked. “Depends,” I said. “Tuck if you want to bring attention to your waist; untuck if you don’t.” “Untucked it is,” she said. “You owe me a drink,” I said. My…

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how do i get a song out of my head?

WD’s expert: Kelly Jakubowski, Ph.D., music psychologist at Durham University in the U.K. GIVE IN AND LISTEN “Instead of trying so hard to block it out, listen to the song all the way through. It can give your mind a sense of closure and break the melodic loop that’s on repeat in your head.” DISTRACT YOURSELF “Turn on the radio, have a conversation, or read. Verbal or musical distractions seem to work best, because your brain is busy processing the new material instead of recalling the song.” CHEW GUM “Research suggests that chewing gum vigorously can help because it engages the same muscles that are required to mentally replay music.”…

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hummus tuna sandwich

ACTIVE 10 MIN. ♦ TOTAL 10 MIN. F SERVES 1 ♦ COST PER SERVING $2.59 Toss 3 oz solid white tuna in water (drained) with 1 Tbsp each lemon juice and finely chopped red onion, 1 stalk celery (thinly sliced), 1 Tbsp each fresh mint and golden raisins (both chopped), and a pinch of pepper. Split 1 mini whole-wheat pita in half. Spread each half with 1½ Tbsp hummus, then top with tuna salad. TEST KITCHEN tip Turn extra pitas into chips! Halve, then brush insides with oil. Cut into wedges and bake at 425°F until edges are golden, 8 to 10 minutes.…

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