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Woman's World May 25, 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.

United States
Heinrich Bauer Publishing, L. P.
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52 Issues

in this issue

3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

MONDAY, MAY 25 MEMORIAL DAY Honor the fallen Salute those who made the ultimate sacrifice with a pretty patriotic wreath. The easy how-to: Soak a 12" floral foam wreath in water. Cut a dozen red roses (from your garden or the supermarket) to 3". Press stems into the foam, spacing them out evenly. Next, snip a few handfuls of blue tansy, white cow parsley and white Queen Anne’s lace to 3" and gather a few stems of each together to form mini “bouquets.” Press into the foam to fill in gaps around the roses, then hang the wreath on a door, chair or patio railing. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 NATIONAL GRAPE POPSICLE DAY Try a ‘poptail!’ Enjoy the sweet flavor of grapes with these boozy ice pops created by Erin Nichols, author of Poptails. To add…

3 min.
relax and have fun this week

NETFLIX Sweeten the day with The Great British Baking Show: Masterclass! Watch as the series’ original judges put their own kitchen skills to the test in this spinoff of The Great British Baking Show. Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood roll up their sleeves and show how they’d complete the same challenges that they’ve put contestants through. In addition to their technical expertise, the two share step-by-step how-to’s for some of their personal favorite recipes, including Mary’s whole orange cake and Paul’s raspberry and chocolate donuts. Catch episodes streaming now. TV: TNT Get your blood racing with Snowpiercer! It’s seven years after a scientific experiment goes wrong and freezes the world. The remainder of humanity has been forced to live on a perpetually moving 1,001-car train that circles the globe—and new struggles are on the horizon,…

1 min.
it happened this week!

● Thelma & Louise hit screens in 1991. Rumor has it that Thelma was inspired by country singer Pam Tillis! ● A coin-operated jukebox was invented in 1890. Users had to crank a lever to play the music. ● Stevie Nicks was born in 1948. The two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee wrote her first song at age 15. ● Daredevil Evel Knievel famously jumped his motorcycle over 16 cars in 1967. Before performing stunts, he was an insurance salesman. ● John Harvey Kellogg filed a patent for his Corn Flakes in 1895. The green rooster on the cereal’s box is named Cornelius!…

2 min.
this week’s best new books

Fiction FAMILY SAGA Secrets From a Happy Marriage by Maisey Yates Bestselling romance author Maisey Yates has penned more than 60 books—and her new novel delivers all of her signature heart and charm. After losing her husband, Rachel Henderson struggles to find a new normal. Simultaneously, her sister Anna’s seemingly perfect marriage is falling apart, and her mom, Wendy, has secrets she can no longer keep. A moving tale of family ties and second chances. COZY MYSTERY A Deadly Inside Scoop by Abby Collette A quirky-meets-cute whodunit begins when Bronwyn “Win” Crewse takes over her family’s ice-cream shop. As unexpected construction delays force her to miss the summer season, she decides to open the shop in the winter amid a snowfall. Later that night, Win finds a man’s body in the snow…and it turns out he had a…

4 min.
“we’re giving our homes veterans new & new hope!”

Sergeant First Class Vincent Morales steeled himself as he walked into the Missouri Veteran’s Affairs office. After three tours of duty, the decorated Army veteran found himself in the midst of an unexpected battle: transitioning to civilian life. At 21, Vincent had followed in his family’s military tradition and enlisted in the U.S. Army. Deployed in 2004 and again in 2007, he suffered injuries and the tragic loss of friends. Yet, in 2009, Vincent volunteered to deploy again. In Afghanistan, he was responsible for training soldiers, and he excelled at it. But now, as a civilian, he was at a loss. He couldn’t find a job, which only added to his emotional struggle. As he made his way down the hallway, a nagging question welled up in his heart: What’s my purpose…

1 min.
3 easy, heartfelt ways to help out a hero!

If you’re crafty… Check out SoldiersAngels.org and click the “How We Help” tab for a list of programs to donate a variety of crafts—like no-sew blankets and handmade cards—to our veterans and active military personnel. Or partner with FreedomQuilts.org to help make a quilt in a fallen soldier’s honor or to request a beautiful (and free!) quilt to be donated to his or her family. If you’ve got extra stuff… As a special thanks for their service, create care packages for veterans, deployed soldiers and first responders at OperationGratitude.com! You can either donate things you have around the house—like holiday cards, games, socks or sunscreen—to Operation Gratitude to add to their premade packages, or sign up to pack and ship your own special box of treats right from home! If you love to shop… Visit…