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Woman's World January 20, 2020

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.

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United States
Heinrich Bauer Publishing, L. P.
$3.72(Incl. tax)
$92.42(Incl. tax)
52 Issues

in this issue

3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 NATIONAL IRISH COFFEE DAY Jazz up your joe! Toast to the weekend with an Irish coffee! It’s the perfect way to warm up on a cold night, and the classic drink is surprisingly easy to make! To mix up an Irish Coffee: Pour hot water into a heatproof glass with handles; let sit for a few minutes to preheat it, then empty. Then add 1 oz. of Baileys Irish Cream liqueur, 2 oz. of whiskey, 4 oz. of hot coffee and a splash of milk to a metal cocktail shaker. Shake well and pour into glass. Top with a generous dollop of whipped cream. If desired, add chocolate shavings, caramel syrup or cinnamon. Makes 1 drink. JOKE OF THE WEEK On cloud feline A German shepherd, a Doberman pinscher and a cat die.…

3 min.
relax and have fun this week

TV: FOOD NETWORK Enjoy a fun night in with Giada De Laurentiis! Good times are guaranteed when Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis helps kick off the festivities! In her show Giada Entertains, she shares her tips, secrets and recipes that make it easy to plan the perfect party, whether it’s a game night with girlfriends or a family get-together. Catch the first episode January 19, when Giada invites friends to the kitchen to put together a pasta party with dishes like pappardelle with sausage ragù and grilled endive. TV: HGTV Feel inspired by Home Town! Husband and wife Ben and Erin Napier are back for a new season of their show, helping folks renovate their dream homes! They’re using their skills to transform 16 homes in their small hometown of Laurel, Mississippi. And this…

1 min.
it happened this week!

● Geena Davis was born in 1956. She called the director of Thelma & Louise once a week for a year asking to be cast in the movie! ● Murder, She Wrote won the Best Drama Golden Globe in 1986. It aired for 12 seasons! ● Whoopi Goldberg won a Golden Globe for Ghost in 1991. She credits co-star Patrick Swayze for getting her the role. ● Paula Abdul won the American Music Award for Pop/Rock Female Artist in 1990. She got her start as an L.A. Lakers cheerleader! ● Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-in premiered in 1968. It featured guest appearances by many top stars, including Phyllis Diller. Alamy (3); Getty (3); Miller Mobley/FOX; HGTV; Michael Becker/FOX; Netflix; Amazon Studios…

2 min.
this week’s best new books

Fiction HISTORICAL FICTION Lady Clementine by Marie Benedict Packed with rich, sweeping detail, Marie Benedict’s newest historical saga stars Clementine, the strong, influential and supportive wife of Winston Churchill. Through the decades that her husband was on the frontlines of politics during WWI and WWII, Lady Clementine was Churchill’s pillar of strength. A powerful and inspiring fictional story based on the real-life events of an unsung yet heroic woman. COZY MYSTERY Bound for Murder by Victoria Gilbert This quirky whodunit follows Blue Ridge library director Amy Webber after she vows to help her friend Sunny win the local mayoral election. But when a skeleton tumbles out of Sunny’s closet and a body from the 1960s is found on her grandparents’ farm, Sunny’s hopes of getting elected are squashed. Now, Amy must stand by her promise and…

5 min.
“god’s timing is always perfect!”

Staring at the name on the card she’d just received in the mail, 80-year-old Annette Callahan gasped. Bob Harvey. Even after 63 years, her heart instantly filled with warmth. Annette had been smitten the moment she first saw Bob. It had been 1955, and she’d just started her junior year at Gar-Field High School in Woodbridge, Virginia, when she spotted him sitting three rows in front of her in study hall. She’d been over the moon when she found out through her best friend, who sat next to Bob, that he liked her too. And soon, they were going steady. He’d been her first love and her first kiss, and she’d loved being known at school as “Bob’s girl.” But that summer, while away on vacation, Annette met John Callahan, the son…

1 min.
3 ways to track down loved ones from your past!

1 Let the web do the work! With more than 68% of adults having social media profiles, finding a long-lost friend is easier than ever. Simply log on to Pipl.com and type in a name to search all social media sites and “non-typical” sites with data from documents, job search sites and public records. Still can’t find them? Try searching in Google Groups, which hosts an archive of internet posts dating back to 1981. 2 Connect with classmates! Create a profile on Classmates.com to browse old yearbooks, tag fellow class members, plan a reunion and chat through public and private messages. Looking for family members instead? Start a free two-week trial on Ancestry.com to locate out-of-touch loved ones, identify new relatives and even create your own family tree. 3 Visit your local library! In most…