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Woman's World November 4, 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!

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7 INTERNATIONAL STOUT DAY Whip up spiked treats! Celebrate the day with a batch of creamy chocolate cupcakes infused with stout! The dark beer adds a delicious roasted flavor, according to the pros in the Woman’s World test kitchen. The easy how-to: Line 2 muffin tins with liners. Prepare 1 package of dark chocolate fudge cake mix, substituting stout for water. Pour batter into liners; bake at 350°F for 17 minutes. Stir 1 Tbs. of Irish cream liqueur into a tub of chocolate frosting and pipe on cooled cupcakes. Top with a dollop of whipped cream, a mint sprig and a chocolate square. Makes 24. JOKE OF THE WEEK “I always keep a bottle of wine in the fridge for special occasions like birthdays, anniversaries… and Wednesdays” TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 PLAY MONOPOLY DAY Rule the…

3 min.
relax and have fun this week

APPLE TV+ Discover a new favorite with Oprah’s Book Club! Oprah’s Book Club is back and about to start a new chapter when Apple’s streaming television service debuts November 1! Every two months, the talk-show host will sit down with the author of her latest pick to get insights into the selection. In the premiere episode, Oprah discusses The Water Dancer with author Ta-Nehisi Coates in front of a live audience filled with fans of the novel. To learn about upcoming picks so you can read along, follow @OprahsBookClub on Instagram or go to Oprah.com/app/books.html. DVD Warm your heart with The Art of Racing in the Rain! Get a refreshing perspective on life from an adorable dog! It all begins when ambitious racecar driver Denny Swift (Milo Ventimiglia) brings home a puppy named Enzo. The…

1 min.
it happened this week!

● Days of Our Lives premiered in 1965. Now in its 55th season, it’s the longest-running soap opera on NBC. ● Matthew McConaughey was born in 1969. His first paid acting job was in a beer ad! ● The New Original Wonder Woman, starring Lynda Carter, aired in 1975. The movie doubled as the pilot for the series, which lasted three seasons. ● Sally Field was born in 1946. At 18, she had her first big audition and nailed it, landing her the lead role in the TV series Gidget. ● Shakespeare in Love premiered in 1998. It went on to win seven Oscars in 1999—more than any other film that year—including the coveted Best Picture.…

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this week’s best new books

Fiction WOMEN’S FICTION Beside Herself by Elizabeth LaBan Hannah Bent has the life she always dreamed of: a husband, a family, happiness. But when her husband’s misstep puts their marriage on the line, Hannah is devastated. Determined to make their relationship work, Hannah attempts to settle the score with a wild scheme of her own. Until she comes to find exactly what she’s looking for…where she least expects it. A gripping story of betrayal, hope and the messy detours to everlasting love. MAGICAL REALISM Secrets of the Chocolate House Paula Brackston Bestselling author Paula Brackston blends the past and present in the second novel of the fan-favorite Found Things series. After her time-traveling to the 17th century—where she met Samuel and learned she can speak to inanimate objects—Xanthe settles back into daily life at her antiques…

3 min.
“we’re never alone in the world!”

Pulling up in front of 89-year-old Army vet Ron Dembner’s house, Uber driver Lauren Mulvihill smiled. Having picked him up at the hospital, she’d been glad when he’d told her his chest pains had been a panic attack and not a heart condition. And when he’d asked her to walk him inside, she happily agreed. “It’s so special when a community comes together to help one of its own,” says Lauren But as they entered the house, she gasped. There was trash everywhere, years of grime… Seeing the look on her face, Ron apologized. “I just physically can’t take care of the house anymore…it’s hard for me to bend over, much less clean,” he said. A widower, who’d outlived his two sons, it was just him and his beloved pup, King. Lauren gently suggested…

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3 small, easy and feel-good ways to love our neighbors!

1 Give the gift of warmth! Many energy companies offer “community programs” that allow you to round your monthly utilities bill up to the nearest dollar to help provide lights and heat for neighbors in need! 2 Lend a hand to a veteran! Log on to DAV.org to find numerous easy ways you can help veterans in your area, including driving vets to doctors’ appointments, home cleaning and offering caregiver respites and companionship! 3 Share a story and a smile! Pick up a secondhand copy of your favorite book and write a kind note inside the cover, like: You’ve been given a “book hug,” read it and pass on! Then give it with a neighbor to start a chain of literary love.…