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Woman's World

January 25, 2021

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.
$3.33(Incl. tax)
$82.81(Incl. tax)
52 Issues

in this issue

3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

THURSDAY, JANUARY 28 NATIONAL BLUEBERRY PANCAKE DAY Wake up to delicious! A holiday that requires us to dig into blueberry pancakes? Yes, please! For a tasty upgrade, start with your favorite blueberry flapjacks and top them with this made-in-minutes sauce from the pros in the Woman’s World test kitchen. To make Simple Blueberry Sauce: In a pot, mix 2 cups of fresh or frozen blueberries, 2 Tbs. of sugar and 2 Tbs. of water. Over medium heat, cook until softened and slightly thickened, 5 min. Let cool. Pour over pancakes. RIDDLE OF THE WEEK Me, myself and I What belongs to you, but other people use it more than you do? Answer in lower-right corner FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 NATIONAL PUZZLE DAY Be a puzzle pro Assemble a jigsaw puzzle in a flash with these tips from Claudia Tremblay, who has won four…

1 min.
start your week with a laugh!

“We’ve been stuck in a vicious cycle. We do an IKEA project, then use the money from the swear jar to buy another” Q What is a mountain’s favorite kind of candy? A Sno-Caps! Kids are fUnNy! One afternoon, I was going through an old photo album with my 4-year-old grandson. I showed him pictures of the farm I grew up on, including photos of me riding ponies, picking raspberries and swinging on a tire swing. That’s when he turned to me and said, “Wow, Grandma, I sure wish I got to know you sooner!” —WC, Tucson, AZ Riddle answer: your name…

3 min.
relax and have fun this week

DISCOVERY+ Enjoy a new adventure with Giada and Bobby Flay! Sit back with a bowl of pasta and enjoy the trip of a lifetime with Bobby and Giada in Italy! Longtime friends and celebrity chefs Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay kick off six weeks in Italy with a food tour of Rome as they sample pizza and classic pasta dishes, meet a gelato maker and get a chance to cook in the city’s best restaurants. Then they make the drive to Tuscany to enjoy famous wines, see how pecorino cheese is made and cook with farm-fresh ingredients. Visit DiscoveryPlus.com for information on how to stream. PBS Fall in love with In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl! Take a break with some of the most unforgettable performances from the past 10 years at the Hollywood…

1 min.
it happened this week!

• The Happy Days spinoff Laverne & Shirley premiered in 1976. • The Rubik’s Cube debuted in 1980. Early prototypes were made of wood blocks and paper clips. • Chubby Checker’s “The Twist” topped the charts in 1962. Originally released in 1960, it is the only song to have hit #1 twice. • 101 Dalmatians hit theaters in 1961. If you were to count every spot in every frame of the movie, you’d tally 6,469,952 spots total! • The soda fountain was patented in 1870. Back then, the “soda” was actually just carbonated water.…

2 min.
this week’s best new books

Fiction ROMANCE Love Songs for Skeptics by Christina Pishiris Swoon-worthy moments, steamy chemistry and charming characters…this rom-com has it all. Zoë Frixos, a music magazine editor in London, knows everything about love songs, but nothing about real love. Until she gets a second chance with her childhood crush, Simon. Soon, drama unfolds at work, and Zoë must decide if she should remain wary of love or if it’s finally time to change her tune. COZY MYSTERY Shanghai Secrets by Sulari Gentill Beloved for her historical crime novels, Sulari Gentill’s latest is another adventurous whodunit. The book is set in 1935, when Australian wool trader Wilfred Sinclair sends his younger brother, Rowland, to Shanghai to represent the family business at international wool negotiations. But before long, a woman—with whom Rowland danced with the night before—is found slain.…

4 min.
“when we love one another, miracles can happen!”

“Good night,” said 4-year-old Micah, sleepily, and quickly drifted off. But for his parents, Kayla Perron and Bryan Carlson, it would be another sleepless night. The Iron City, Michigan, couple’s little boy had a damaged liver that was unable to produce an essential protein needed to metabolize food. A special diet and vitamins had enabled him to thrive. But recently, Micah suffered a bad respiratory infection, and the antibiotics stressed the organ. “His liver is failing. He needs a transplant,” the doctor had pronounced. Please, God, save my baby boy, Kayla prayed as she lay awake night after night, hoping for a miracle. An act of love Many family members and friends were praying for Micah—and one very special stranger had recently joined the chain. Ben Anderson had never met Kayla and Bryan or…