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Woman's World

Woman's World October 14, 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.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Heinrich Bauer Publishing, L. P.
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in this issue

3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

MONDAY, OCTOBER 14 NATIONAL DESSERT DAY Treat your taste buds! Banish the Monday blahs with this dessert-inspired sip from Toni Dash (BoulderLocavore.com). “It tastes just like apple pie à la mode—in cocktail form! Plus, it’s fast and easy to make.” (For a nonalcoholic version, replace the hard cider with sparkling apple cider.) To make Dash’s American Apple Pie Ice Cream Float: Freeze a 12-oz. glass for 15 minutes. Place 3 (2" diameter) scoops of vanilla ice cream in the glass; slowly fill with 6 oz. of hard apple cider, letting foam subside as you pour. Sprinkle ground cinnamon on top. Makes 1. JOKE OF THE WEEK Ready for the mane course Two men are walking through a game park when they come across a lion. The lion starts chasing them. They run as fast as they…

2 min.
relax and have fun this week

TV: OVATION Go behind the scenes with Inside the Actors Studio! After 24 years and 300 interviews, Inside the Actors Studio host James Lipton is passing the microphone to a new group of interviewers who will sit down with Hollywood notables and tell stories, give advice and share anecdotes about their craft. Those new hosts? They’re also some of your favorite stars! The new season features Kelsey Grammer chatting with director James Burrows, Alec Baldwin sitting down with Henry Winkler, Ellen Burstyn talking to Al Pacino, Jane Lynch interviewing David Oyelowo and more. It premieres October 13. TV: HALLMARK Sing along with country stars for a good cause! Help shelter and rescue pups find their fur-ever home—and have a good time too, when the “For the Love of Dogs” benefit concert at the Country Music…

1 min.
it happened this week!

● St. Elsewhere premiered in 1982. Mark Harmon, Ed Begley Jr. and Denzel Washington all had roles on the show. ● Marie Osmond was born in 1959. She is the only girl out of nine siblings! ● A Bear Called Paddington was published in 1958; the author was inspired by a lone bear he saw on a store shelf. ● Dances with Wolves, starring Kevin Costner, hit theaters in 1990. It won seven Oscars in 1991, including Best Picture. ● Mariah Carey’s “Emotions” topped the charts in 1991, making it her fifth single in a row to hit number one.…

2 min.
this week’s best new books

Fiction HISTORICAL FICTION The Secret Wife of Aaron Burr by Susan Holloway Scott Power, passion, secrets…the new saga from bestselling historical author Susan Holloway Scott has it all. This novel follows notorious politician and Revolutionary War hero Aaron Burr and Mary Emmons, the intelligent and strong handmaid to Burr’s wife, Theodosia. But when Theodosia passes away, Mary and Aaron can’t deny their connection. Part fact, part fiction, this tale captivates. THRILLER Where She Went by Kelly Simmons Kelly Simmons, best known for her bone-chilling thrillers, returns with an eerie tale of a parent’s worst nightmare. When Maggie O’Farrell’s daughter, Emma, goes away to college, Maggie can’t shake the feeling that something bad is about to happen—then it does: Emma goes missing. As Maggie desperately hunts for any signs of Emma, she finds clues that send her…

5 min.
“a little love is all we need to make the student world a better place!”

Kristina Ulmer opened her credenza to save some artwork that her daughters, Aubrey, 8, and Ellie, 5, had made for her. Suddenly, her eyes fell on the brown canvas shoulder bag she’d placed there four years earlier—and she felt a familiar tug on her heart. The bag had belonged to Kristina’s 29-year-old sister, Katie. Instantly, Kristina flashed back to that fateful night. “Katie was in a car accident. She didn’t make it,” their dad had told her. Rushing with her husband, Matt, to the crash site, asking the police officer for Katie’s bag so she could use her sister’s phone and contact list to call her friends…it had all felt like a horrific dream. Inside the bag, Kristina had also found $80 in Katie’s wallet. Katie had just earned her EMT certification…

1 min.
3 amazing ways to spread joy with less than $20!

1 Give a cozy gift Celebrate “Socktober” (HappySocktober.com) by picking up three pairs of socks for just $1 at Dollar Tree. Stash a few in your purse or glove box and be on the lookout for someone in need of extra comfort to hand them to. This simple gesture can warm the hearts—and toes—of 60 people! 2 Fill hungry bellies Head to your local Walmart for a few loaves of Great Value white bread, peanut butter, grape jelly and plastic baggies, and you’ll be able to prepare around 48 filling to-go sandwiches for just $20. Donate the sandwiches to your local homeless shelter or pass them out yourself to spread smiles! 3 Provide a ride Visit your local bus or train station and purchase $20 worth of bus tickets or train passes to surprise a…