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Women's Lifestyle
Woman's Day

Woman's Day

March 2020

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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10 Issues

In this issue

2 min.
on my desk this month

This is the second issue of Woman’s Day devoted to providing practical, budget-driven ideas for eco-conscious living. After alarming reports from the United Nations and NASA, this topic feels more urgent than ever. In the past year, my family has ramped up our efforts to live in a more environmentally sensitive way, thanks largely to my 16-year-old daughter. Inspired by the Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg (age 17), my determined girl has helped organize marches at her school and community trash cleanups. She made me take a hard look at how much plastic was coming into our house, so we eliminated plastic bags (next up: containers) and purchased (at nominal cost) two cloth garment bags for transporting our dry cleaning, which means less plastic clogging our closets. An added benefit…

1 min.
win it!

Enter for a chance to take home these prizes at womansday.com/giveaways. See below for details and go online for official rules. SOOTHING SLEEP One reader will win a Saatva Sleep Set with two queen pillows and a queen sheet set made from organic cotton. Value: $485 FEEL-GOOD FACE MASKS Three readers will win an Aloisia Marie 7 Day Skin Care System Set featuring seven unique face masks that repair and refresh skin in just one week. Value: $55 CLEAN AND CLEAR Four winners will score a gift set from ECooking Skincare that contains cleansing gel, skin tonic, and day cream. Value: $105 DRINK UP Two winners will receive a Livana HydraGlow Water Bottle, which is reusable, insulated, and made of stainless steel. Value: $120 Bonus! STORIES! As a magazine subscriber, you qualify for a free exclusive weekly newsletter with extra…

1 min.
take family photos

TO NAIL YOUR NEXT GROUP PHOTO session, use the sun as your guide, says Ana Gambuto, a New York City–based family photographer. “When I plan a shoot, I look up the sunset time for the day and then back it up 60 minutes,” she says. That time of day, known as the “golden hour” because the light is typically soft and bright, is ideal for capturing everyone’s best side. Early-morning light will work too—look up sunrise time and schedule your shoot up to an hour and a half later. Another important tip: Dress in outfits without logos or patterns.…

1 min.
great money-saving apps

$ BEST OVERALL: MINT Access your total financial picture from your desktop or mobile device. You can set savings goals, get a free monthly credit score, and elect to get alerts about issues like unusual charges or late fees. (Free, mint.com) $ GREAT FOR INVESTING: ACORNS This app helps users save more money by automatically harvesting the change each time they swipe a linked card. If a transaction adds up to $1.50, Acorns rounds it up to $2 and sends that 50¢ into an investment portfolio. ($1/month, acorns.com) $ TO PAY OFF DEBT: YOU NEED A BUDGET (YNAB) Allocate every dollar you earn for a specific fund, including debt-repayment goals. You’ll get detailed reports to help you analyze your money habits. ($7/month, youneedabudget.com) $ FOR CASH SPENDERS: MVELOPES Stash cash in separate envelopes that are designated for…

1 min.
love your style

Trend to Try: The Hot Pink Sweater Daydream though you might about verdant grass and flower-filled fields, most of the country still has a couple of months before spring springs out of the gloom. A bright pink knit might be just the thing to lift your spirits (and keep you toasty) until the first crocus emerges. Just sayin’. You’ve already got pieces in your closet to pair it with, I can pretty much guarantee. Jeans, of course. Perhaps a denim skirt. Own some gray trousers or black-and-white-printed pants? Give them a visual lift. Or, if you’re a daring darling, you could make like a fuchsia and pair it with a purple skirt. I’m dead.…

1 min.
healthy lunch

Ginger Dumpling Soup ACTIVE 20 MIN. ✦ TOTAL 20 MIN. ✦ SERVES 2 ✦ COST PER SERVING $4.06 In a medium pot, bring 4 cups low-sodium chicken broth, ½ small red chile, and one ½-in. piece ginger (both thinly sliced) to a boil. Add ¼ small head Napa cabbage (cut into bite-size pieces) and 6 oz frozen vegetable pot stickers and simmer 4 minutes. Add ½ cup snow peas (halved) and simmer until vegetables are tender and pot stickers are cooked through, 2 to 3 minutes more. Stir in ½ Tbsp each low-sodium soy sauce and rice vinegar. Sprinkle with sliced scallions. PER SERVING 205 CAL, 5 G FAT (1 G SAT), 15 G PRO, 595 MG SODIUM, 30 G CARB, 4 G FIBER WD TEST KITCHEN tip Greens are great in soups when you’re…