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Woman's World

Woman's World

October 5, 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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3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 NATIONAL FLOWER DAY Brighten your day! Celebrate this holiday with an autumnal bouquet featuring roses, our national flower. To make this stunning display: Use a paintbrush to coat a 6"-tall vase with a thick layer of craft glue, then wind a long length of seagrass rope around the vase until covered; let dry. Fill the vase with water, then snip 8 fuchsia garden roses, 3 light-pink sedum stems and a dozen purple and pink asters to 11". Add the flowers to the vase one at a time to form a rounded mound and insert branches of rosehips to fill in gaps. Display inside or outdoors! RIDDLE OF THE WEEK Take a gamble What has six faces but does not wear makeup, has 21 eyes but cannot see? Answer in lower right corner SATURDAY, OCTOBER…

3 min.
relax and have fun this week

MUSIC Lift your holiday spirits with A Holly Dolly Christmas! It’s been 30 years since Dolly Parton’s last holiday album, and on October 2, the wait is over! Her latest holiday record, A Holly Dolly Christmas, features beloved favorites and all-new songs, including collaborations with Michael Bublé on “Cuddle Up, Cozy Down Christmas,” Jimmy Fallon on “All I Want for Christmas Is You” and Willie Nelson on “Pretty Paper.” You’ll also hear Dolly’s very special duet with her brother Randy called “You Are My Christmas.” Find out more at DollyParton.com. NETFLIX Sleuth out the mystery with Enola Holmes! Sherlock Holmes has finally met his match: his teenage sister, Enola! It’s the morning of her 16th birthday, and Enola wakes to find that her mother has disappeared, leaving behind odd gifts but no clue as to…

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it happened this week!

Breakfast at Tiffany’s premiered in 1961. The character of Holly was inspired by heiress Gloria Vanderbilt. Proctor & Gamble introduced Dreft, the first detergent for home use, in 1933. It was used to wash both dishes and delicates. Domino Sugar was trademarked in 1901. It was named so because the cubes resembled game tiles. The first patent for the microwave oven was issued in 1945. It was called the “Radarange” and weighed more than 600 pounds. Leave It to Beaver debuted in 1957. It became the first show to have an intentional series finale, as Jerry Mathers wanted to focus on education.…

2 min.
this week’s best new books

Fiction She Gets That from Me by Robin Wells Both heartwarming and heartbreaking, this beautiful novel follows Quinn Langston, who takes in her best friend’s 3-year-old daughter, Lily, and Lily’s elderly grandmother, Margaret, after her friend unexpectedly passes away. They soon become a family, but Quinn never expects Lily’s biological father—who was just a donor—to show up and become part of the plan. A unique tale about the amazing ways that love binds us all. Murder Most Sweet by Laura Jensen Walker Danger and chaos ensue in this quirky-cute whodunit about writer and baker Teddie St. John. During a walk, Teddie’s American Eskimo dog, Gracie, finds her missing silk scarf. The problem? Teddie’s scarf is tied tightly around the neck of a dead woman—suddenly making Teddie the suspect in this murder case. After a second murder…

5 min.
“sharing a little love and light can transform lives!”

“I want the new parents of a baby born with Down syndrome to feel celebrated, happy and excited,” says Heather, with daughter Ivy, now 3 Heather Gregg nearly dropped the phone when her doctor shared the news: “Your baby likely has Down syndrome.” The 39-year-old Whitestown, Indiana, mom-to-be had taken the test to check for Down syndrome 14 weeks into her pregnancy as a precaution because of her age. But she expected everything would be fine. Heather sobbed the whole drive home from work, and her tears kept flowing as she broke the news to her husband, Josh. What would their baby’s life be like? they both worried. What would their lives be like raising a child with special needs? And how would this impact their 3-year-old daughter, Lilah? Sitting in a meeting with her…

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chic and comfy with a hint of faux suede

Relaxed-fit shirt lends effortless elegance to casual jeans or leggings $45, Joan Rivers (QVC.com, “Joan Rivers 3⁄4 Sleeve Faux Suede Shirt”) White tassel dangles reflect skinbrightening light onto the face $6, BleSky (Amazon.com, “Tribal Charms Faux Suede Tassel Earrings”) Waterfall cardigan comes in four fun colors to layer over any tank or tee $29, Sweetbei J (Amazon.com, m, “Sweetbei ei J Women’s Faux Suede Waterfall Coat Cardigan”) Monogrammed faux suede wrap bracelet can be personalized with any initials $35, Marleylilly (Marleylilly.com, “Monogrammed Wrap Bracelet Stack”) Steal Eva’s style! So-soft elasticized pants offer extra stretch for a flexible fit that provides all-day comfort from couch to corner store Get the look for less: $33, Andrew Marc (Amazon.com, “Andrew Marc Women’s Super Soft Stretch tch Faux Suede Pull On Pants”) Pretty pom-pom accents add whimsy to faux suede flats $25, Ollio Amazon.com, “Ollio…