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Woman's World August 19, 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!

TUESDAY, AUGUST 20 NATIONAL LEMONADE DAY Upgrade your lemonade! Give the summer sip a grown-up twist with this refreshing recipe from Christina Conte (Christinas Cucina.com). “It’s lemonade with a kick!” To make Conte’s Lemon Drop Martini: Rub the rim of a martini glass with half of a lemon; dip in superfine sugar. Combine 3 oz. of lemon vodka, 2 oz. of lemon juice and 2 tsp. of superfine sugar in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Pour into the martini glass. Another variation: “Throw the ingredients in a blender and make a slushie,” says Conte. “Just be sure to have lots of lemons and vodka—everyone will want more!” SUNDAY, AUGUST 18 NATIONAL ICE-CREAM PIE DAY Beat the heat! Today’s a great day to indulge in ice-cream pie, and the pros in the Woman’s World test kitchen…

3 min.
relax and have fun this week

TV: FOOD NETWORK Cheer along with Valerie Bertinelli on Family Restaurant Rivals! Good food brings families together—but when they head to the kitchen in this new competition hosted by Valerie Bertinelli, things can get a little hot under the collar. In each episode, three teams who’ve already found success running their family-owned restaurants must put their culinary skills to the test in a variety of challenges, with surprise twists along the way. Only one team will be crowned the winner and claim the $10,000 prize. Catch all the action August 19. MOVIE Thrill & chill with Ready or Not! You’re sure to be on the edge of your seat with this scary thriller! After her dream wedding to the heir to a board game fortune, bride Grace joins her eccentric new in-laws (including Andie MacDowell…

1 min.
it happened this week!

• The Facts of Life, a spin-off of Diff’rent Strokes, premiered in 1979. • Elvis Presley’s “Hound Dog” was number one on the charts in 1956. It was originally released as a B-side to the single “Don’t Be Cruel.” • The brand Hostess was trademarked in 1919. Now known for Twinkies, it started by selling cupcakes—two cost just 5 cents. • Amy Adams, star of the romantic comedy Enchanted, was born in 1974. More than 300 actresses auditioned for the lead—Amy was number 275. • Stand by Me hit theaters in 1986. Stephen King claimed it was the best adaptation of his work (it’s based on a novella) he had seen.…

2 min.
this week’s best new books

Fiction ROMANCE Summer on Moonlight Bay by Hope Ramsay An Officer and a Gentleman meets Nicholas Sparks’ Dear John in the second captivating installment of the Moonlight Bay series. When veterinarian Noah Cuthbert returns to Magnolia Harbor to care for his ill mother, he takes a job at the local animal clinic and meets beautiful Navy veteran, Lia, who’s the clinic’s manager. Sparks fly, but a crisis threatens the pair’s chance at love. A witty, charming escape. WOMEN’S LIT Life and Other Inconveniences by Kristan Higgins Bestselling author Kristan Higgins has penned 18 richly endearing novels. Her latest stars Emma London, who was raised by her strict grandmother, Genevieve. After Emma got pregnant as a teen, her grandmother kicked her out, but now, nearly two decades later, Genevieve asks Emma to come visit her for the…

5 min.
“when we open our hearts to others, the love comes back multiplied!”

ecca Bundy gazed across the restaurant at the bartender, Bill Cox, her heart sinking as she read the words written on his neon green T-shirt. My name is Bill. I’m in end-stage kidney failure and in need of a kidney… The mother of four swallowed hard, turning back to her family. Her youngest, 3-year-old Hadley, smiled at her, spaghetti sauce rimming her mouth. If it weren’t for Bill, Hadley might not be here with me, Becca realized, tears filling her eyes as she remembered the fateful day two years earlier when Hadley had suffered a major seizure. Bill, a volunteer firefighter and EMT in their community of Bearville, Minnesota, had been the one to respond to her 911 call. Becca would never forget Bill’s tenderness with her and her daughter and the way…

1 min.
3 ways you can help save a life!

1 Call the Big Red Bus! Turn blood donation into a day of fun by inviting the “Big Red Bus” to your community, office or event. Simply sign up to host a blood drive at OneBlood.org, and once approved, you can spread the word with custom flyers and make appointments for family and friends. 2 Be a “living” donor Fifteen percent of all organ donations each year are made from living donors like Becca, who give bone marrow, tissue, kidneys and parts of organs like the liver. To learn more about being tested to become a living organ donator, log on to TransplantLiving.org. 3 Join the registry Each person on the national organ donor registry saves up to 75 lives! Simply log on to DonateLife.net to sign up. If donating isn’t for you, that’s okay…