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Woman's Day

Woman's Day

February 2020

Woman's Day, one of the oldest and most beloved of all the traditional women's magazines, is ever-evolving to fit the needs of modern readers.

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1 min.
$1,922 in free wellness products

THERAPEUTIC THOUGHTS Twelve winners will receive a gift set from J.Falkner Fine Cards with a colorful birthday card, a set of thank-you notes, a notebook, a notepad, and pencils. Value: $40 HEALTHY FRYER Four winners will receive a Dash Everyday Air Fryer Oven with seven settings to cook and crisp up food with less fat. Value: $130 CLIMB HIGHER Four readers will win a pair of Tropicfeel Canyon sneakers, which feature all-terrain protection for hiking mountains, fording streams, or navigating grocery aisles. Value: $110.50 BETTER SLUMBER Fifteen winners will get a Nodpod microbead weighted sleep mask, which uses deep-pressure stimulation for maximum relaxation. Value: $32 Bonus stories As a magazine subscriber, you qualify for a free exclusive weekly newsletter with extra articles, recipes, and tips from Woman’s Day editors. Visit signup.womansday.com. AMAZING RECIPES THAT ARE QUICK, EASY, AND FAMILY-FRIENDLY WOMAN’S DAY ’S LIVE…

2 min.
on my desk this month

I’m starting 2020 feeling grateful for the many strong women in my life. There’s my college buddy who is caring for her aging parents in her home. Two girlfriends who refuse to back down in the face of health challenges. A colleague who is embarking on a gutsy cross-country move. Even my daughter, who has boldly started a new job in another country. What they share is the power to embrace both change and the uncertainty that comes with it. Seeing this kind of strength in action is not only inspirational, it’s motivational—especially on the days when pulling the bedcovers over your head feels like a fine strategy. At Woman’s Day, we’ve long celebrated strong women in our pages. One is Amanda Thebe, who pushed her doctors for answers when…

1 min.
weigh yourself

FOR THE MOST PRECISE measurement of your weight, step on the scale on Wednesdays. Saturday and Sunday weigh-ins often yield gains and losses due to habits like skipping meals and overindulging on the weekend. By midweek, your body has leveled out as you settle into a regular meal schedule. For reliable results week to week, stay consistent with the time of day and the scale you use, says Sofia Rydin-Gray, Ph.D., director of behavioral health at the Duke Diet and Fitness Center. But don’t let the numbers influence your self-esteem. “If a high number makes you feel discouraged, find another way to monitor your health, such as counting steps,” says Rydin-Gray. In general, think of weighing yourself as just another part of your wellness routine—whether you do it on Wednesday…

1 min.
love your style

Trend to Try: Midi skirts Fear not the midi! Embrace it! This might be the only skirt made even more adorable with the addition of sneakers. Here’s how to nail the look for day wear: Pair with a T-shirt you can tuck. If you don’t like tucking because of tummy accentuation, throw on a denim jacket or another casual jacket. (Remember: Jackets are the best way to de-emphasize your middle.) Add a clean, fun pair of sneaks—not your gym shoes—and no-show socks. To style it for night, tuck in a silky blouse (add a blazer if necessary) and slip on embellished flats, pumps, or heeled sandals. Demand to be taken out dancing.…

1 min.
healthy lunch

ACTIVE 20 MIN. • TOTAL 20 MIN. • SERVES 2 • COST PER SERVING $2.31 Season one 6-oz sirloin steak (trimmed) with ¼ tsp each salt and pepper and broil to desired doneness, 3 to 4 minutes per side for medium-rare. Transfer to a cutting board and let rest at least 5 minutes before cutting. In a bowl, whisk together 1 Tbsp tangerine juice, ½ Tbsp each white wine vinegar and olive oil, and a pinch each of salt and pepper. Add ¼ small red onion (thinly sliced) and toss to coat. Cut peel and white pith from 1 tangerine, then slice into rounds. Gently toss tangerines with 4 cups arugula, 8 oz cooked beets (drained and cut into wedges), steak, and onion mixture. PER SERVING 225 CAL, 10 G FAT (3…

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“how do i handle a friend who won’t stop bragging about her child?”

BE GRACIOUS Bragging can sometimes come from insecurity, so a kind and gentle reaction would be to acknowledge her child’s accomplishments without competing with a fact about your own. CHANGE THE SUBJECT To slow the boasting, switch to a kid-free subject. Try “Do you have any exciting vacation plans coming up?” or “How’s work been going?” AVOID THEM If your diversion tactics don’t work, you may need to limit the time you spend with this person one-on-one. It’s ultimately up to you how much bragging you can tolerate.…