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Woman's World June 15, 2020

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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 NA
$3.55(Incl. tax)
$88.32(Incl. tax)
52 Issues

in this issue

3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

FRIDAY, JUNE 19 NATIONAL EAT AN OREO DAY Cool off with cookies! We didn’t think Oreos could get any more delicious until we tried these Oreo ice-cream sandwiches from the Woman’s World test kitchen. The best part? They’re super-easy to make! To make Frozen Oreo Sandwiches: Use a spoon to spread 1 Tbs. of softened ice cream or sorbet evenly over 8 Oreo cookie halves, filling side up. Top with remaining cookie halves, filling side down. Use spoon to smooth ice cream or sorbet along side of each sandwich. Cover; freeze until firm, about 3 hrs. Let soften slightly before serving. Makes 8 sandwiches. JOKE OF THE WEEK Wine is to women as duct tape is to men… it fixes everything! TUESDAY, JUNE 16 FRESH VEGGIES DAY Hit the market! Stop by the farmers market today to get…

3 min.
relax and have fun this week

MUSIC Delight in toe-tapping new tunes from country star Clint Black! It’s been five years since country music icon Clint Black released a record, and now he’s back with new music! Out of Sane, available June 19, features 11 original songs including his first single, “America (Still in Love With You),” which you can hear now. On the new record, he also performs a cover of “Everybody’s Talkin’,” a Grammy-winning song by Harry Nilsson from the soundtrack of the 1969 movie Midnight Cowboy. To see music videos for his new songs, go to ClintBlack.com. HULU Indulge your curiosity with Taste the Nation! Set off on a culinary cross-country tour of the United States as Top Chef host and cookbook author Padma Lakshmi explores the diverse food culture in different regions. Each episode focuses on one…

1 min.
it happened this week!

• Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” topped charts in 1977—it’s the band’s only song to hit number one in the U.S. • The Garfield comic strip debuted in 1978. The famous feline was named after cartoonist Jim Davis’ grandfather. • Cracker Jacks debuted at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893. Some consider it the world’s first junk food! • Batman premiered in theaters in 1989. Pierce Brosnan turned down the title role that eventually went to Michael Keaton. • Paula Abdul was born in 1962. She was an L.A. Lakers cheerleader before becoming a choreographer, then singer.…

2 min.
travel the world—instantly!

Fiction COZY MYSTERY Murder in Galway by Carlene O’Connor Set in gorgeous Galway, Ireland, this quirky-cute whodunit is full of adventure and delightful characters. New Yorker Tara Meehan has arrived in the Emerald Isle to bring her mam’s ashes home. But when she shows up at her estranged Uncle Johnny’s cottage, she finds a dead man. The man turns out to be Johnny’s client, which makes him the number-one suspect. Now, Tara vows to crack the case before her uncle gets locked up for life! HISTORICAL FICTION The Sun Sister by Lucinda Riley Bestselling author Lucinda Riley is known for her dazzling sagas and her latest—the sixth installment in her epic Seven Sisters series—travels to the sweeping landscapes of Kenya. Told by two women in different time periods, the story follows Electra d’Aplièse as her life slowly falls…

4 min.
“helping shelter dogs find homes is a slice of heaven!”

So…would you be interested?” Kimberly LaRussa asked Mary Alloy, staring hopefully at her friend one March afternoon. For months, Mary, who owned the pizza shop Just Pizza in their Amherst, New York, town, had been volunteering at the Niagara SPCA animal shelter, where Kimberly worked as an event coordinator. And in the spirit of their mutual love of animals, Kimberly had come up with an idea to help Mary give back to the animals she so loved in a spectacular way. “Would I be interested in attaching flyers with pictures of your adoptable dogs on our pizza boxes?” Mary smiled. “Absolutely! That’s a no-brainer!” “Great!” Kimberly smiled back. “I have the flyers in my car—I’ll go grab them!” Heading outside, Kimberly’s heart soared imagining all the sweet pups who would finally find their forever…

1 min.
3 out-of-the-box ways you can help shelter pets—from home!

1 Volunteer skills! Many shelters rely on their digital presence to get animals adopted, so if you have tech skills, check if your local shelter needs updates to their website or social media. Not tech-savvy? Offer your writing skills to contribute to newsletters, grants and adoption profiles. 2 Get crafty! Animal shelters are always in need of volunteers to donate knitted blankets to give animals a warm, comfortable place to rest. Don’t knit? Visit YouTube.com and search “DIY no-sew fleece blanket tutorial” to watch a video with easy-to-follow instructions for a cozy, quick blanket! 3 Foster a ‘quarantine buddy’! With many working from home and staying inside, fostering a shelter pet is easier than ever! Sign up to enjoy walks, playtime breaks and snuggles, and the shelter will pay for food, vet bills and other…