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Woman's World April 15, 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!

TUESDAY, APRIL 16 NATIONAL ORCHID DAY Bring beauty home Brighten any room with orchids. Not sure which kind to buy? “The most popular orchids today are Phalaenopsis,” says Ron McHatton, chief education and science officer for the American Orchid Society. “They require moderate temperatures closely mimicking those in most homes, they don’t go dormant and their flowers can last up to five months.” To score a deal: You’ll find orchids at supermarkets and Lowe’s for as little as $10. Says McHatton, “Considering how long they’ll last, you can’t touch this price with cut-flower bouquets!” SATURDAY, APRIL 20 NATIONAL CHEDDAR FRIES DAY Whip up yum! The secret to melt-in-your-mouth Cheddar fries: using freshly grated cheese, says Blythe Grates of Snuffer’s, the Texas restaurant that created this holiday. It melts better than pre-shredded cheeses, which have ingredients that…

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relax and have fun this week

TOUR Sing along with a hot country star on Kelsea Ballerini’s new tour! Catch the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry! This month, Kelsea Ballerini joins legendary country music stars like Loretta Lynn, Crystal Gayle and Martina McBride as part of the exclusive Opry club. She’ll also kick off her Miss Me More tour on April 11 with Brett Young and special guest Brandon Ratcliff. She’ll sing hits off her album, Unapologetically, like, “This Feeling” and “Legends,” plus chart toppers “Peter Pan” and “Love Me Like You Mean It.” Find tour dates and information at KelseaBallerini.com. TV: ABC Laugh at the hijinks of Bless This Mess! What happens when newlyweds quit their jobs, pack up their belongings and trade skyscraper living for farmhouse life? Find out when Rio and Mike say goodbye to New…

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it happened this week!

● The Bee Gees’ first U.S. single, “New York Mining Disaster 1941,” debuted in 1967—they wrote the song in a stairwell during a power outage! ● Jessica Lange was born in 1949. The former model made her acting debut in 1976’s remake of King Kong. ● In 1955, the first franchise of McDonald’s opened in Illinois. Its sales on that day totaled $366! ● My Big Fat Greek Wedding premiered in 2002—star Nia Vardalos wrote the one-woman play that inspired the film because she couldn’t land any roles! ● Grace Kelly became Princess Grace of Monaco when she married Prince Rainier in 1956. The wedding had 600 guests!…

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this week’s best new books

Fiction FAMILY SAGA I’m Fine And Neither Are You by Camille Pagán Wife, mom, breadwinner—Penelope can barely keep her life afloat, while her best friend, Jenny, seems to always have it together. But when a shocking tragedy reveals that Jenny’s life is far from perfect, it inspires Penelope to confront her own marital issues. So she and her husband vow complete honesty, but things get rocky. This is an apt and moving look at how the truth makes love stronger. ROMANCE Gimme Some Sugar by Molly Harper The hilariously charming third novel in the Southern Eclectic series follows Lucy Brewer, who has no clue that her best friend, Duffy McCready, has loved her since they were kids. After Lucy’s no-good husband, Wayne, suffers a fatal accident, Lucy makes a fresh start and asks Duffy to help…

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“joy knits us all together!”

"What’s this?” Jonah Larson asked his mother, Jennifer, as they dug through a bag of craft supplies. “It’s a crochet hook,” Jennifer said, smiling at her 5-year-old as he gazed at the tool in his hand. From the time she had adopted him from an Ethiopian orphanage at just 6 months old, use Jonah had always been a curious child, and Jennifer had always nurtured that quality in him. So pulling a ball of yarn from the bag, the La Crosse, Wisconsin, mom handed Jonah the hook and showed him a crocheting tutorial on YouTube. Leaving her son to the basic stitching video, Jennifer went to do some chores, expecting to return to a ball of tangled yarn. But when she checked on him later, she couldn’t help but gasp in amazement. “It’s…

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how doing good can dramatically improve your life

Boost your success! A study published in the psychology journal Emotion found that helping others leads to a significant increase in self-esteem, personal purpose and success at work. Spark more joy! Brain scans have found that receiving, giving or even simply witnessing acts of kindness increases the production of serotonin, the neurotransmitter that boosts mood. Feel heart-healthy! The Journal of Biobehavioral Medicine reports that helping others reduces hypertension by 40% and dramatically lowers stress, worry and pain.…