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Woman's DayWoman's Day

Woman's Day September 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.

País:
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 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, 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 HEARST VISUAL GROUP Chief Visual Content Director Alix Campbell Executive Visual Director Christina Weber Visual Director Roni Martin-Chance Senior Visual Editor Martha Maristany Assistant Visual Editor Sara Neumann Visual Assistant Amy Cooper COPY AND RESEARCH Senior Editor, Research Janie Matthews Research Editor…

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on my desk this month

Recently, walking down the street with my 15-year-old daughter, I felt her hand slip into mine—and stay there. I couldn’t recall the last time we’d held hands (when she was 5? 6?), and it was one of those moments that sent a jolt of happiness through me. In a recent essay, writer Margaret Renkl described the experience of seeing her nephew who was graduating from high school: “All I did was turn my back for a second, a half second, and he was grown.” Any parent can relate to this sentiment—as the saying goes, when it comes to raising children, the days are long but the years are short. Seemingly in the blink of an eye, my little girl has reached her second year in high school. I love the…

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win it!

Enter for a chance to take home these prizes at womansday.com/giveaways. See page 95 for details and go online for official rules. AT-HOME HELPER Three winners will receive a Google Nest Hub, an at-home personal assistant that makes managing hectic mornings a breeze. Value: $129 CLEAN SWEEP One reader will win a Roomba S9+ from iRobot, a Wi-Fi–connected hands-free vacuum that comes with Automatic Dirt Disposal. Value: $1,300 HANDS-FREE Three winners will receive the TickTalk 3, a smartwatch for younger kids that comes with video and voice calling, smart messaging, and location-tracking capabilities. Value: $170 COOL TECH Two winners will receive a SmartThermostat with built-in Amazon Alexa voice control from Ecobee. Value: $249 GAME ON Two winners will receive a Nintendo Switch Game Console, a portable gaming system that can be played at home or on the go with the…

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make an important decision

IF YOU’RE DEBATING WHETHER OR NOT TO accept a new job, buy a house, or adopt a puppy, tackle the dilemma before noon. A study published in the journal Cognition found that online chess players made slower but more accurate moves (a.k.a., good decisions) in the morning and faster, more error-prone moves later in the day. The study authors determined that both early birds and night owls made better decisions in the a.m. regardless of the time of day they felt most productive. So next time you’re dealing with a head-scratching situation, wake up ready to make up your mind.…

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how can i stop getting junk mail?

CREDIT CARD AND INSURANCE OFFERS Submit an opt-out request at optoutprescreen.com (authorized by the four major consumer credit reporting companies), and you’ll stop receiving offers for five years. Go one step further by mailing in signed forms, and your name will be taken off the list permanently. CATALOGS & ADS Using the PaperKarma app, snap pics of your physical junk mail, and the app will help you get your name either deleted from direct-mail databases or put on direct-mail suppression lists. The service costs $1.99 per month (you can pause it whenever you like) or $19.99 per year. SPAM EMAILS Every time an unwanted automated email lands in your inbox, click the “unsubscribe” button at the bottom of the message. Unlike mass-unsubscribe services that need access to your email, this manual method is effective and…

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kick back

Bonus: Enjoy the work of awesome women. Watch TV One Day at a Time For fans of: The Ranch, Fuller House, Jane the Virgin In this Netflix gem that ran for three seasons, a single mom (Justina Machado) juggles two kids, a meddling building manager, and an overbearing Cuban mother (Rita Moreno). Download a Podcast The Organize 365 Podcast For fans of: Clean Sweep, Tidying Up With Marie Kondo, Queer Eye Home organization expert Lisa Woodruff’s combo of advice and humor will inspire you to declutter with a smile. Listen to Music She Won’t Make Sense THE HARMALEIGHS For fans of: The Lumineers, Regina Spektor, Ingrid Michaelson The sound of this indie duo’s powerful new album ranges from upbeat rock tunes to somber folk, while the raw, emotional lyrics explore mental health issues. Make a Craft Bleach Pen Napkins 1 Lay out a plastic…

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