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Woman's World April 8, 2019

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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52 Issues


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fill your week with smiles!

SATURDAY, APRIL 13 SCRABBLE DAY Wow with words! Challenge your pals to a game of Scrabble! We asked 2018 Scrabble national champion Joel Sherman for his winning tips. His advice? Play a Q, J or W early. These high-value tiles are harder to play on a full board, so using them early ensures you won’t be penalized for them. Also smart: Try to use all of your tiles in one turn (a move pros call a “bingo”) for a 50-point bonus. And if you get stuck, change your perspective, says Sherman: “You don’t have to stare at your tiles in one order: Move them around until they fall into an order you recognize.” THURSDAY, APRIL 11 CHEESE FONDUE DAY Dip into yum! You don’t need a fondue pot to enjoy cheesy goodness, assures Jason Miller, executive…

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relax and have fun this week

TV: CBS Cheer for your favorite country music stars on the ACM Awards! See the biggest names in country music walk the red carpet at the 54th annual Academy of Country Music Awards on April 7! Chris Stapleton and Dan + Shay lead the pack with six nominations each, with Kacey Musgraves hot on the trail with five nods. A highlight this year: Look for the return of the ACM Artist of the Decade Honor. Only five artists have ever received the award, and the last one was given to George Strait in 2009. Sixteen-time winner Reba McEntire hosts all the fun. Find all the show information at ACMCountry.com. TV: FX Go behind the scenes with Fosse/Verdon! It’s a showbiz romance like no other! This limited series spans five decades as it tells the story…

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it happened this week!

● Abba’s “Dancing Queen” topped the charts in 1977—it’s the Swedish pop group’s only number-one hit in the United States. ● Robin Wright was born in 1966. She got her big break in 1984 when she landed a role on the soap opera Santa Barbara. ● Crystal Pepsi began test marketing in a few cities in 1992—the clear cola ended up being a flop and was discontinued just a year later. ● Never Been Kissed premiered in 1999. It was the first film from star Drew Barrymore’s own production company. ● Barbra Streisand presented John Wayne with his first—and only—Oscar for his role in True Grit in 1970.…

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this week’s best new books

Fiction FAMILY SAGA The Cliff House by RaeAnne Thayne New York Times bestselling author RaeAnne Thayne has penned more than 60 heartfelt novels filled with dynamic characters—and her newest is no exception. After their mother died, Daisy and Beatriz were raised by their Aunt Stella in the coastal town of Cape Sanctuary. The girls never knew of the dreams their aunt had sacrificed for them, and now that they’re grown, Stella shares a secret that may change their family forever. THRILLER The Night Visitors by Carol Goodman Brimming with eerie twists and turns, this suspense begins as Alice and her young son, Oren, flee from an abusive relationship. They soon meet Mattie, a social worker who breaks protocol by letting them stay the night at her home to escape a snowstorm. But the real reason Mattie…

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“love is the answer!”

Drawing a deep sigh, 47-year-old Jennifer Kramer sat in her Chicago home on New Year’s Day 2018, trying to come up with a resolution that she might actually keep. Suddenly, an article she’d recently read about doing kind things for others sprang to mind. That’s a good idea, she smiled. As she mulled it over, Jennifer reflected back on her father’s funeral. She’d been so touched by the heartfelt sentiments loved ones shared at the service and wished her dad could have heard them when he was alive. “Wouldn’t it be great if we told each other those loving things while we still have the chance?” Jennifer uttered, and a sparkle came to her eye. That’s it! I will make this a year of love! A daily mission That day, Jennifer announced her…

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3 simple ways to cause a powerful ripple effect of love!

1 Start a love contagion An Oregon State University study found that when we witness an act of altruism, it triggers our brain to create a joyful feeling called moral elevation. “This sensation,” explains researcher Sarina Saturn, Ph.D., “inspires more acts of kindness!” 2 Send loving-kindness A short “loving-kindness” meditation can open our heart, says Barbara Fredrickson, Ph.D., author of Love 2.0. To do: Think of a person you love dearly. Imagine radiating that feeling of love to someone you’re close to, then to an acquaintance, then to a stranger. 3 Give a compliment “Purposefully giving compliments requires us to look for the good in others,” says relationship expert Margaret Manning, founder of SixtyAndMe.com. “And it not only makes that person feel good, it also helps us see the good in ourselves.”…