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Woman's World August 10, 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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fill your week with smiles!

THURSDAY, AUGUST 13 NATIONAL PROSECCO DAY Bliss out with bubbly! Relax and unwind with a peachy Bellini created by Amanda Formaro of AmandasCookin.com. “It’s the peach lover’s version of a mimosa,” she promises. “Served in a champagne flute and garnished with a fresh peach wedge, it’s a wonderful summer cocktail!” To make Formaro’s Bellini: Pour 2 oz. of peach nectar (like Jumex Peach Nectar) into a chilled champagne flute. Slowly pour 4 oz. of Prosecco into the glass until full. Give the mixture a gentle stir and garnish with a peach wedge. Makes 1 cocktail. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 NATIONAL LEMON MERINGUE PIE DAY Whip up yum! Indulge in lemon meringue pie today! The secret to the fluffiest meringue topping comes down to the egg whites, say the Woman’s World test kitchen bakers. Even the tiniest bit…

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relax and have fun this week

MUSIC Tap your toes to new tunes from Caylee Hammack Her duet with superstar Reba McEntire is a hit on the country charts, and now you can hear “Redhead” and other new songs from Caylee Hammack when her debut album is released on August 14. If It Wasn’t for You also includes the single “Family Tree” along with “Mean Something,” featuring Ashley McBryde and Tenille Townes. Want to catch Caylee live? She’s set to join Reba on the road next year as one of the opening acts on her 2021 Live In Concert tour, which kicks off in July. Find out more at CayleeHammack.com. PBS Get caught in the intrigue with Endeavor! Put on your sleuthing cap as the popular British detective series is back for season seven! Follow Detective Constable Endeavor Morse into the…

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it happened this week!

• Melanie Griffith was born in 1957. Her role in the 1988 film Working Girl earned her an Oscar nomination. • Disney’s Bambi was released in 1942. Animators studied deer at the Los Angeles Zoo for inspiration! • Betty Boop made her debut in 1930. Her appearance was based on that of actress and singer Helen Kane. • “Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker Jr. topped charts in 1984. The theme to the hit movie was nominated for an Oscar, but lost to “I Just Called to Say I Love You” by Stevie Wonder. • The modern mass-market sewing machine was first patented in 1851 by Isaac Merritt Singer. It could sew 900 stitches a minute!…

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this week’s best new books

Fiction FAMILY SAGA Miss Janie’s Girls by Carolyn Brown Heartfelt moments and family drama combine in this saga about sisters, Teresa and Kayla, who suddenly come face-to-face after 10 years apart. They don’t have many fond childhood memories, except those spent with their sweet foster mom, Miss Janie. So when Miss Janie’s handsome nephew tracks both girls down to tell them she is gravely ill, they rush to her side. Soon, the sisters discover home is the perfect place to start over. COZY MYSTERY Tea & Treachery by Vicki Delany Bestselling crime writer Vicki Delany has penned more than 40 hair-raising whodunits—and her latest tale follows suit! Lily Roberts is the head pastry chef at Tea by the Sea in Cape Cod, and her grandma, Rose, owns a B&B next door. But both their businesses are…

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“i no longer fear anything—i know heaven is real!”

Charlotte Holmes felt her stomach tighten as she noted concern cross her cardiologist’s face during a routine exam. “Your blood pressure is 234/134,” the doctor explained. “You need to go directly to the hospital.” Charlotte had been having problems with high blood pressure since she’d suffered a stroke eight years prior. And though she’d been managing it with medication, the Mammoth, Missouri, 69-year-old lived in fear that, one day, her blood pressure would soar and she’d have another stroke or a heart attack…and this time doctors wouldn’t be able to save her. As her husband, Danny, drove her to the hospital, Charlotte prayed, Please, don’t let me die. But after two days, nothing brought her pressure down. And on the third morning, while a nurse was hooking her back up to monitors after…

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new science supports ndes!

According to recent studies, more than 8 million Americans claim to have had a near-death experience (NDE), and 81% believe in the existence of Heaven. Yet, while many believe that NDEs are proof of an afterlife, mainstream science has regarded them with skepticism. But new neurological research and members of the medical community are shedding new light on NDE validity. Once a skeptic herself, surgeon Mary Neal, M.D., author of To Heaven and Back, had her own journey to Heaven after a kayaking accident left her trapped underwater. “I spent months trying to explain what I saw. I thought it must be due to chemical changes in a dying brain,” Dr. Neal says. “But I was without oxygen for 30 minutes. I don’t believe that can just be the chemical reaction…