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Woman's World April 6, 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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Heinrich Bauer Publishing, L. P.
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52 Issues

in this issue

3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

FRIDAY, APRIL 10 WORLD MARBLES DAY Brighten any space! Celebrate this holiday by putting pretty marbles on display with a no-fuss floral arrangement featuring guzmania, a tropical “air plant” that doesn’t need to be potted in soil. The easy how-to: Fill a short glass with marbles, leaving space at the top. Next, use your fingers to gently break up the roots of a mini guzmania plant and remove any soil clinging to roots; nestle the plant in the marbles. Fill the cup-shaped center of the plant 1⁄4 full with water; change every month or two. Place the display in bright light, but keep out of direct sun. SUNDAY, APRIL 5 NATIONAL CARAMEL DAY Treat yourself! A holiday that requires us to indulge in ooey-gooey caramel? Yes, please! To celebrate, top a homemade or store-bought cheesecake with…

3 min.
relax and have fun this week

TV: CBS Root for your favorites at the Academy of Country Music Awards! Las Vegas is goin’ country! Catch the fun fashions, musical collaborations and heartfelt speeches when Nashville superstar Keith Urban hosts the Academy of Country Music Awards show live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Will Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris or Kacey Musgraves take home the Female Artist of the Year Award? Can Thomas Rhett snag all five of the awards he’s nominated for? And who will be crowned 2020’s Entertainer of the Year? Find out April 5. TV: PBS Get caught up in an epic tale with World on Fire! You’re sure to be spellbound by this gripping historical drama! It follows the intertwining fates of five ordinary people as they deal with the effects of World War…

1 min.
it happened this week!

• Robin Wright was born in 1966. She made her film debut in the 1987 classic The Princess Bride. • Roller skates oller skate were patented in 1896. The first versions had only two wheels and no stopper! • Ten years after being discontinued, the $2 bill was revived in 1976 for the U.S. Bicentennial. • Married… with Children starring Ed O’Neill and Katey Sagal debuted in 1987. It was the first primetime show to air on Fox. • Vicki Lawrence had a hit with “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia” in 1973. She recorded it after Cher passed on the song!…

2 min.
this week’s best new books

Fiction MAGICAL REALISM The City We Became by N. K. Jemisin Filled with dynamic characters and heart-pounding action, this unique modern-day fantasy is set in the Big Apple as five New Yorkers find themselves connected to their city in a way they never imagined…each one of them representing the “human form” of each of the five boroughs. Now, a prehistoric evil force lurks beneath the surface of the earth, and they must come together to protect their city and home before it’s too late. WOMEN’S FICTION Who Rescued Who by Victoria Schade Pet lovers will rejoice over this too-cute “tail” about Elizabeth Barnes, who travels to her late father’s family homestead in the English countryside. Her plan? Claim her inheritance so she can fly back to Silicon Valley and get her life back on track. But…

3 min.
“nothing happens by accident!”

Checking her email, Lisa Stier clicked on a notification from the dating site eHarmony. You need to meet this man. Your profile match is off the charts, the message read. Intrigued, Lisa contacted Dan Summers, and from the moment they sat down to brunch, she felt an incredible connection—and it was mutual! But before they moved any further, Dan wanted Lisa to know what she’d be getting into. “I had a bad case of gout back in college. It was tough on my kidneys,” he shared. “The doctor says I may have issues when I’m in my 50s or 60s.” Lisa appreciated his candor. But she wasn’t about to let a great guy get away because of something that might happen. They went on to marry, and a year later, welcomed their…

1 min.
love is the best medicine—and science proves it!

✓ Eases pain! Scientists found that when women look at photos of loved ones, it activates the area of the brain associated with safety, and they feel less physical pain than if they hadn’t seen the photos. ✓ Boosts immunity! “Love encourages your body to produce oxytocin, the ‘feel-good’ hormone,” says cardiologist Cynthia Thaik, M.D. “This reduces cardiovascular stress and inflammation, and can even ward off illness.” ✓ Dissolves anxiety! A recent study published in the Journal of Neuroscience found that love triggers the dopamine-reward area of the brain that’s activated when a person is happy, instantly lowering stress levels and blood pressure!…