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Woman's World June 1, 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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United States
Heinrich Bauer Publishing, L. P.
2,07 €(TVA Incluse)
51,58 €(TVA Incluse)
52 Numéros

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3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

FRIDAY, JUNE 5 NATIONAL DONUT DAY Dress up your donuts! Satisfy your sweet tooth today with delicious, easy-to-make donut-hole cake pops! To make each Confetti Donut Pop: In bowl, microwave 24 oz. of white candy melts in 15-second intervals, stirring until melted. Stir in 1 tsp. of oil. Dip a lollipop stick into candy melt and insert into a donut hole. Refrigerate for 5 minutes. Dip donut hole into candy melts, covering completely. Let excess drip off; top with sprinkles. Makes 24 cake pops. Tip: Stand pops upright in cups of an empty egg carton to dry so the treats keep their shape. MONDAY, JUNE 1 NATIONAL GO BAREFOOT DAY Treat your toes Kick off your shoes and pamper your feet with a rejuvenating soak! We asked the pros in the Woman’s World beauty department…

2 min.
relax and have fun this week

EPIX Feel swept back in time with the Laurel Canyon documentary! Travel back to the 1960s and see the beginnings of a music revolution! Laurel Canyon was a small community just outside of Los Angeles where some of the most influential musicians of the 1960s and ’70s came together to write songs and record albums. Over the years, acts such as Bonnie Raitt, The Doors, Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles and more spent time there, and in this two-part documentary, you can watch it all unfold with never-been-seen footage along with commentary from music superstars. Part one premieres May 31. QUIBI Take a laugh break with Flipped! Fans of home renovation shows are sure to laugh along with this new series! Meet Jann and Cricket Melfi, a married couple who quit their jobs to chase their…

1 min.
it happened this week!

• The final Ed Sullivan Show aired in 1971. It’s where The Beatles made • their American TV debut in 1964! • Linus van Pelt’s infamous security blanket was first introduced in a “Peanuts” comic strip in 1954. • Kraft Velveeta was first sold to the public in 1928. It came wrapped in tin foil in a wooden box. • Aretha Franklin’s “Respect” was number one on the charts in 1967. Rolling Stone ranked it number five on its “The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time” list. • Brooke Shields was born in 1965. Her modeling career began at 11 months old in an ad for Ivory soap.…

2 min.
this week’s best new books

Fiction WOMEN’S FICTION Big Summer by Jennifer Weiner Bestselling author Jennifer Weiner is beloved for her rich, heartfelt stories—and her new book is no exception. Six years after the fight that ended their friendship, Daphne Berg is speechless when Drue Cavanaugh suddenly walks back into her life asking if she will be her maid of honor. What follows is a series of friendship antics that prove just how much can change for the better with a little love and forgiveness. ROMANTIC COMEDY Real Men Knit by Kwana Jackson A hilarious, heartwarming romp begins when Jesse Strong and his three brothers work to keep their mother Mama Joy’s knitting shop open after she passes away. Part-time shop employee Kerry Fuller, who has a crush on Jesse, volunteers to help maintain the business. As Kerry and Jesse spend more time…

4 min.
five lovely signs of hope!

Cuddly bears in windows 1 When Heidi Williams saw on her Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, Facebook page that people in her area had put teddy bears in their windows so kids could go on a teddy bear “hunt,” she knew this was just the fun and safe outing she, her husband and their two young daughters, ages 2 and 5, needed to cheer them up during this difficult time of social distancing. As they drove around town, people waved from driveways, other cars passed with smiling kids inside and, by the end of their excursion, Heidi’s little girls had counted roughly 50 adorable teddy bears! “This small act of kindness that costs no money brought such joy to us and so many others,” Heidi says. “We will forever remember that wonderful afternoon of…

1 min.
craft your own tart tote!

❏ Foam sheet (like Elmer’s Sturdy Foam Board Sheet 20"x30", $3, Walmart.com) ❏ Scissors and glue ❏ Three 5" wooden circles (like Plywood Circles, $7, WoodCrafter.com) ❏ Yellow fabric paint (Plaid Fabric Creations Soft Fabric Ink, $4, Michaels.com) ❏ Foam brush (like 1" Foam Brush Set, $2, Michaels.com) ❏ Tote bag (like Jumbo Canvas, $3, CheapTotes.com) ❏ Clean cloth ❏ Iron ❏ Black Sharpie 1 Draw lemon shapes on foam sheet in 3 sizes (3", 4" and 5"). Cut them out and glue each one to a wooden circle to create a stamp. 2 Dip stamps into paint, using brush to apply, and stamp the bag in the design of your choice. 3 Let the paint dry completely, then cover the top of the bag with a clean cloth and iron over it to further set paint. Use Sharpie to draw…