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O, The Oprah Magazine

O, The Oprah Magazine

April 2020

Get O, The Oprah Magazine digital subscription today and experience 360 degrees of a woman’s life, from fashion and beauty, to relationships, food, home design, books, health and fitness, work and finance, technology, self-discovery and caring for others.

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haute diggity dogs!

“I invited a few of my favorite ladies to join me—and we loved it.”—OPRAH “I’ve always wanted to have a cozy tea party,” Oprah said as she sat down for a civilized sip session on her lawn in Santa Barbara. On the guest list was her four-legged family: Sadie, a rescue cocker spaniel Oprah adopted after they met on the set of our June 2009 cover shoot, plus Sunny and Lauren, springer spaniels making their cover debut this month. Though the gals tried to be on their best behavior, things turned feisty when they got a sniff of the treat tray. So the hostess gave them some bang for their bark—canine-friendly cookies from the table. Said Oprah, “So much for our manners today!” PEP SCHOOL “Now, this is my look,” said Oprah about…

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life’s work

Meike Peters, CHEF “SOMEONE’S IN THE KITCHEN,” PAGE 104 The best career advice I ever got was…one day you’ll have to jump right into the dark, without a safety net, not knowing where you’re going to land. My stepfather, Uli, believed in hard work and bold decisions. His trust in me became my trust in myself. Someone who took a chance on me was…my editor Holly La Due from Prestel Publishing. I had shared recipes on my blog, Eat in My Kitchen, every day for a year when Holly asked whether I’d like to write a cookbook. I hope my younger self would be proud of current me because…I finally love who I am. Mark Doty, POET, “HE CONTAINED MULTITUDES,” PAGE 72 The best career advice I ever got was…learn what advice to ignore. Everyone…

2
not counting your mom, what woman has helped you most?

My little sister. We had a hard go of it as teens, and I wish I had been a better big sister to her. Now she’s an amazing, inspiring woman and a source of strength for me. AMY JEANSONNE Troy, New York My friend’s mom, Robin, took me under her wing when I had my daughter at 18. My own mom was too far away to be able to help. Robin took me into her home and got me through pregnancy and the tough months after. I’m forever grateful for the love and support she gave me. SELENA TABSCOTT Newberg, Oregon My sixth-grade teacher, Mrs. Fouch. She provided leadership opportunities in the classroom that boosted my confidence and propelled me toward long-term success. She had such a way of challenging our young minds and encouraging…

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your take

Q WHAT’S YOUR GO-TO SHOE? 83% CUTE AND COMFY BALLET FLATS 17% SLEEK, CHIC, SEXY STILETTOS STORY, PAGE 35 PLANT-BASED BURGERS: YAY OR NAY? 56% NAY! BEEF—IT’S WHAT’S FOR DINNER. 44% YAY! I MAY NEVER GO BACK.Q STORY, PAGE 60 Q IT’S FRIDAY NIGHT, YOU’RE AT HOME IN YOUR PJ’S, AND YOU’RE FEELING… 9% FOMO (THE FEAR OF MISSING OUT) 91% JOMO (THE JOY OF MISSING OUT) STORY, PAGE 67 Q HAVE YOU EVER HAD A MENTOR? 50% YES, AND I HOPE TO PAY IT FORWARD ONE DAY! 50% NO, BUT I SURE COULD USE ONE! STORY, PAGE 78 Q IS EYE CREAM PART OF YOUR SKINCARE ROUTINE? 44% WAIT, I NEED A DAY CREAM, A NIGHT CREAM, AND AN EYE CREAM? STORY, PAGE 50 WE WANT YOUR TAKE! TO WEIGH IN ON FUTURE TOPICS, FOLLOW US @oprahmagazine…

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here we go!

WOMEN ARE HELPING ONE ANOTHER GET AHEAD—AND THE PROGRESS WE’RE MAKING IS GENUINELY THRILLING. WE’VE COME A LONG way, baby, yet here it is, 2020, and women still don’t earn as much money as men, we’re not promoted at the same rate, and the Equal Rights Amendment has yet to be enshrined in our Constitution. But as you’ll see in “Sister Acts” (page 78), that’s not stopping women from helping one another get ahead—and the progress we’re making is genuinely thrilling. Speaking of thrilling, when was the last time a cookie actually thrilled you? Check out the chocolate chip number on page 102—those roasted hazelnuts are a total game changer! We also have an eco-conscious O List (page 31), an important look at how we deal with chronic pain (page 53), and…

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ava duvernay

IN 2015, THE YEAR before my friend Ava DuVernay began production on her TV series Queen Sugar, women directed only 17 percent of television episodes, and minority women directed only 3 percent. Of all the first-time directors that year, 81 percent were men. In the face of those grim figures, Ava—whose brilliant works like Selma, 13th, and When They See Us have illuminated history—made some history of her own: She chose to hire only women directors, some of whom would be getting their first shot at TV. Queen Sugar is credited as the first series to be directed entirely by women. The very first. Dig back to the beginning of television—every network, every show, right up to our current golden age—and let the sheer magnitude of that achievement resonate in your…