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Woman's World June 22, 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)
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52 Issues

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3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

FRIDAY, JUNE 26 NATIONAL COCONUT DAY Treat yourself to yum! Celebrate the day with no-bake strawberry cheesecake bars topped with shredded coconut, created by the Woman’s World test kitchen. To make Coconut Cheesecake Bars: Press 1 (16.5 oz.) tube of room-temp. sugar cookie dough into greased 9" square baking pan. Bake 10–12 minutes at 350°F. Let cool on rack. Stir 10 diced strawberries into 1 (24.3 oz.) cont. of cheesecake filling. Fold in 1½ cups of whipped topping. Spread over crust. Chill at least 2 hours. Cut into 16 bars and top with shredded coconut and sliced strawberries. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 CELEBRATION OF SENSES DAY Breathe in bliss It’s no secret that spending time in nature is relaxing, but it turns out it’s the scent that’s most calming. In a study in the journal Scientific Reports,…

3 min.
relax and have fun this week

MUSIC Groove along to inspiring tunes from country star Pam Tillis! It’s been 12 years since Nashville superstar Pam Tillis released a solo album, and the wait is finally over! The singer/songwriter’s latest record, Looking for a Feeling, is out now and features 12 tunes including “Burning Star,” which she wrote with her brother Sonny, and “Dolly, 1969,” which pays homage to Dolly Parton, plus a cover of Gillian Welch’s “Dark Turn of Mind.” As for the album’s title track, Pam says she was inspired by Lou Reed’s “Take a Walk on the Wild Side.” Check it out along with the entire album at PamTillis.com. QUIBI Start the day with a smile with The Rachel Hollis Show! Enjoy a daily dose of happy with this mini morning talk show hosted by bestselling author and blogger…

1 min.
it happened this week!

2 min.
this week’s best new books

Fiction COZY MYSTERY Deadly Sweet Tooth by Kaye George This delightful whodunit begins when Tally Holt, owner of Tally’s Old Tyme Sweets, hosts a party for her parents. The gathering is a success until Fran Abraham, the town’s foul-tempered theater director, drops dead after an altercation with Tally’s mother. Now Tally and her parents are the murder suspects. Tally enlists her best friend, Yolanda Bella, to help clear her family’s name and get them out of this sticky situation! FAMILY SAGA Always the Last to Know by Kristan Higgins Filled with hilarious honesty and heartwarming moments, this novel follows the messy family dynamics of Barb and John Frost—who have grown tired of one another after 50 years of marriage—and their daughters Juliet and Sadie. When John suffers a stroke, the sisters are forced to put their lives on…

4 min.
“hope helps our biggest dreams take flight!”

Walking down the hallway to her fifth-grade classroom, Jessica Cox was suddenly blocked by one of her peers. “Look, Jessica,” the boy taunted, pulling his arms inside his shirt so the sleeves dangled empty. “I’m just like you. Handicapped!” As laughter broke out, Jessica’s face flushed. Born without arms, Jessica knew she’d always be “different.” And as much as her inner voice tried to drown out the bullying by telling her that she could do anything she set her mind to, she still couldn’t keep the pain from her heart. She often wondered, Will I ever fit in? Believing in herself When Jessica was born on February 2, 1983, in Sierra Vista, Arizona, a startling hush filled the room. “What’s wrong?” her mother pleaded, unable to see below the curtain. The doctor squared her gaze,…

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3 simple ways to overcome self-doubt

1 Take your own advice When you’re feeling down on yourself, imagine a child saying, “I’m worthless,” suggests Susan David, Ph.D., author of Emotional Agility. Then ask yourself what you’d say to a child who voiced such harsh self-judgments. “Giving the ‘adult you’ the same supportive advice you’d offer the child, such as, ‘It’s okay to not be perfect,’ or, ‘You are still special,’ reframes self-criticism and forms a loving perspective to help you move forward positively.” 2 Write down your values “Jot down what matters most to you, from family to friends to faith,” suggests psychologist June P. Tangney, Ph.D., co-author of Shame and Guilt. “Writing down the things you consistently value ‘shores up’ the self, strengthening your identity and firming up your belief in who you really are—that’s like kryptonite to…