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Woman's World January 27, 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.

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Heinrich Bauer Publishing, L. P.
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fill your week with smiles!

MONDAY, JANUARY 27 NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CAKE DAY Dig into delicious! Make Monday more bearable with chocolate! The Woman’s World test kitchen pros say you can make chocolate cake even more delicious with a rich, made-in-minutes glaze! To do: Whip up your favorite chocolate cake (from scratch or from a box); let cool. Microwave 1 ⁄2 cup of heavy cream in 45-second intervals until very hot, 1–2 minutes. Whisk in 1 cup of mini chocolate chips until smooth and glossy. Let cool; pour over cake. Let stand 30 min. JOKE OF THE WEEK The secret to enjoying a good bottle of wine: 1. Open the bottle to allow it to breathe. 2. If it doesn’t look like it’s breathing, give it mouth-to-mouth! WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29 NATIONAL PUZZLE DAY Solve a puzzle! Puzzle like a pro with these tips from Leslie…

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relax and have fun this week

TV: CBS Root for your favorite musicians at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards! Will this be the year Tanya Tucker wins her first Grammy? She’s up for four awards, including song of the year for “Bring My Flowers Now” and best country album for While I’m Livin—the most nominations of any country star this year. Tune in to the Grammy Awards on January 26 to see if she takes home a trophy. And while newcomer Lizzo received the most nominations, with eight, watch for longtime favorites like Barbra Streisand, Sara Bareilles, Gloria Gaynor and Willie Nelson, who are also up for awards. TV: BRITBOX Put on your sleuthing cap with Vera! It’s a British crime drama like no other! Detective Chief Inspector Vera Stanhope (Brenda Blethyn) is a soon-to-be-retired employee of the Northumberland and City…

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it happened this week!

● Romancing the Stone, starring Kathleen Turner and Michael Douglas, won a Golden Globe in 1985. ● The LEGO brick was patented in 1958. The name comes from the Danish phrase “leg godt,” which translates to “play well.” ● “I Fall to Pieces” by Patsy Cline was released in 1961. It was the first country single to cross over to pop charts. ● The Dukes of Hazzard debuted in 1979. Only nine episodes were ordered to fill a gap in programming, but it ended up lasting seven seasons. ● The Wonder Years premiered in 1988. Fred Savage was nominated for an Emmy at age 13 for his lead role as Kevin Arnold!…

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this week’s best new books

Fiction WOMEN’S FICTION Butterfly by Ashley Antoinette Packed with drama, suspense and passion, this novel takes readers on a wild ride. After losing her first love, Morgan Atkins is terrified to love again. But she finally settles for a comfortable life with a nice man. When a ghost from her past resurfaces, though, she finds herself entangled in lies. Now, she’s forced to choose between safety and a bad boy. From heartbreak to butterflies, will Morgan decide to listen to her head or her heart? CHRISTIAN FICTION The Innkeeper’s Bride by Kathleen Fuller This charming tale full of sweet moments and likeable, heartfelt characters begins when Selah Ropp returns to the Amish community of Birch Creek, hoping for a fresh start. She accepts a job at Levi Stoll’s newly restored family inn…where Levi’s grandma decides to…

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“small, kind acts can create huge waves of love!”

What is it, Mo?” Ashley Jost called to her dog, who was barking frantically. Tossing her book, Girl, Stop Apologizing, aside, Ashley rose to see what was the matter, when suddenly, a five-dollar bill fluttered to the floor. Where did that come from? she wondered, riffling through the book. And then a pink Post-it came into view. To the person who buys this book: I am having a tough day, it read. I thought I could brighten someone else’s with this surprise. Go buy a coffee, a donut or a face mask. Practice some self-care today. Remember that you are loved. You are amazing. You are strong. Love, Lisa. Touched, Ashley reached for her phone. I’m going to share this, she thought. Maybe it’ll help lift up someone who really needs it. An unexpected…

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cute and comfy in faux shearling!

3 easy secrets to slimmer in shearling Ensure the bulky fabric flatters by choosing the right length coat for you IF YOU’RE PEAR-SHAPED: Opt for a cropped, waist-length style. Keeping the thicker fabric above the waist ensures it doesn’t add “heft” to a heavier bottom. IF YOU’RE APPLE-SHAPED: Consider a poncho. The looser neck-to-knee style skims easily over belly lumps and bumps and camouflages a fuller middle. IF YOU’RE FULLER-FIGURED: Go for a knee-length coat. The longer, more linear style directs the eye vertically, visually stretching the body for a leaner look. INF Photo; Getty. Text: Victoria Conn…