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Woman's World August 5, 2019

A great week made easy! Woman's World is written for the traditional, family-oriented working woman. Each issue delivers a feel-good mix of heart-warming human interest stories, practical everyday solutions for work and home, and mouth-watering recipes.

United States
Heinrich Bauer Publishing, L. P.
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52 Issues

in this issue

3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 NATIONAL SPOIL YOUR DOG DAY Pamper your pup! What better way to show some love for your furry friend than by whipping up a special treat for him? We asked Cheryl Gianfrancesco, author of Doggy Desserts, for an easy recipe that will help him stay cool, and she shared this fruity sorbet your pal is sure to devour! To make Watermelon Dog Sherbet: Blend 2 cups of seedless watermelon chunks, 3 cups of water and 1 Tbs. of lemon juice until smooth. Pour into a plastic container; freeze. Come treat time, let soften on the counter, then scoop some out for your pal! Makes 5 cups. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6 WIGGLE YOUR TOES DAY Treat your feet! Give your tootsies some TLC with this DIY scrub created by the Woman’s World beauty team. To…

3 min.
relax and have fun this week

TV: ABC Sing along with your favorite country stars on CMA Fest! It’s one of the biggest concert events of the year, and if you weren’t able to make it to Nashville this past June for the four-day CMA Fest, you can catch all the highlights with this three-hour special airing August 4. More than 300 artists performed at the annual festival, including up-and-comers Hannah Dasher and Kassi Ashton, superstars Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban and country icons Tanya Tucker and Trisha Yearwood, who surprised the crowd with her new single, “Every Girl in This Town”! MOVIE Celebrate an icon with Lucy on the big screen! See I Love Lucy like never before when the classic sitcom hits move theaters for one night only on August 6. It’s all in celebration of Lucille Ball’s 108th…

1 min.
it happened this week!

● Holiday Inn, starring Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire and Marjorie Reynolds, premiered in 1942. Irving Berlin wrote 12 songs for the film, including the classic “White Christmas.” ● Charlize Theron was born in 1975. She studied ballet before turning to acting! ● Betty Boop made her debut in 1950 in the cartoon short Dizzy Dishes. She began as a caricature of jazz singer Helen Kane. ● Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota was dedicated in 1927. It now draws 3 million visitors annually. ● “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” by Elton John and Kiki Dee topped the charts in 1976. It was both artists’ first number-one in the U.K.…

2 min.
this week’s best new books

Fiction ROMANCE Window on the Bay by Debbie Macomber With more than 200 million books in print worldwide, Debbie Macomber is known for her charming characters and heartstrings-tugging plotlines—and her latest is no exception. Single mom Jenna Boltz is struggling with being an empty nester when she meets orthopedist Dr. Rowan Lancaster. Rowan is smitten with Jenna, but she’s afraid to risk more heartbreak. Sweet, relatable and easily one of Macomber’s best. COZY MYSTERY The Pawful Truth by Miranda James Book 11 of the beloved Cat in the Stacks Mystery series written by Dean James—better known by his famous pen name, Miranda James—follows librarian Charlie and his feline friend, Diesel, as they enroll in a college class. With classmates half his age, Charlie feels out of place, until he meets an older student named Dixie Belle.…

4 min.
“kindness makes the world a brighter place!”

Cynthia Yip lay in bed, tears streaming down her face. It had been a month since the 31-year-old New Yorker had lost her mom, Tai Hing, and every morning it was all she could do to drag herself out of bed to go to work. As a little girl, whenever Cynthia came home crying because she’d scraped her knee or had her feelings hurt, her mom had always urged, “Be strong. I know you can.” “I’m trying, Mom, but I don’t know how,” Cynthia wept, her heart full of sorrow and uncertainty. “It touches my heart to know that I have touched others’ lives,” says Cynthia A love lesson Cynthia and her mom had always been close. Tai Hing would often meet her daughter after work, and they’d go shopping or to the movies to…

1 min.
3 ways to turn grief into grace!

1 Heal with a “heart” hobby Psychiatrist Eric Bui, M.D., says trying a new activity in honor of a loved one—like knitting, painting, writing or doing something they loved—can help focus your mind after loss. Before you start, dedicate the activity to their memory. 2 Ease sorrow with social support “When we feel despair, loss or disappointment, finding a community helps us heal,” says Pastor Max Lucado. One easy way to share messages of support is to start a Facebook group. Simply click “create” to set up a private page, then invite loved ones to post. 3 Give back to feel instant hope Research shows that the act of giving decreases activity in the amygdala (the part of the brain that processes stress) while boosting feelings of hope and joy.…