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Woman's World April 22, 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.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Heinrich Bauer Publishing, L. P.
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fill your week with smiles!

SUNDAY, APRIL 21 EASTER Celebrate the day! These simple-to-make eggshell nosegays serve as the perfect Easter display—pop a few on your dining room table, then send them home with guests as favors! The easy how-to: Use the edge of a teaspoon to crack and remove the top quarter of an eggshell. Empty out the yolk and rinse well. Next, cut a small piece of floral foam to fit inside the shell, soak it in water and place in the shell. Snip a trio of seasonal flowers and a small handful of baby’s breath to 3"; insert stems into the foam. Place in an eggcup to display. SATURDAY, APRIL 27 GO BIRDING DAY Relax & “pish”! Head outside today to catch sight of the beautiful winged creatures in your neighborhood! “Birding can be exhilarating, stimulating and thrilling,”…

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relax and have fun this week

TV: FOOD NETWORK See which celebrities are a cut above the rest on Worst Cooks in America! Will Morgan Fairchild, Jimmie Walker and Tonya Harding be kitchen stars or kitchen flops? Find out on April 21, when the Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition premieres. Watch as eight celebrity cooks try to create steakhouse meals, play food trivia games and tackle a sushi challenge—all with the help of chef-mentors Tyler Florence and Anne Burrell. At the end of seven episodes, the two best will battle it out to win $25,000 for charity! NETFLIX See the power of family with No Good Nick! When Nicole, aka Nick, shows up at Liz and Ed’s front door claiming to be a long-lost relative, the couple welcome her into their home to live with them and their two kids…but…

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it happened this week!

● Andie MacDowell was born in 1958. She got her role in Four Weddings and a Funeral (opposite Hugh Grant) after Marisa Tomei turned it down! ● Barbara Walters was named anchor of ABC Nightly News in 1976—the first woman to hold such a position! ● Astronaut John Young became the 10th person to walk on the moon during the Apollo 16 mission in 1972. ● Jane Fonda released her first of 22 workout videos in 1982—together, they sold more than 17 million copies and sparked the aerobics craze! ● The Growing Pains finale aired in 1992—the show was a big hit in China!…

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this week’s best new books

Fiction HISTORICAL When We Left Cuba by Chanel Cleeton Brimming with rich 1960s-era detail and decadent adventure, this novel follows sugar heiress Beatriz Perez after the Cuban Revolution takes everything from her—her country, her people, her family. So when she’s recruited by the CIA to infiltrate Fidel Castro’s circle, she gets pulled into a world of danger and espionage—Beatriz even finds herself caught up in a risky romance. An exhilarating read with a fearless heroine. FAMILY SAGA Two Weeks by Karen Kingsbury Bestselling author Karen Kingsbury has written nearly 100 novels, and her latest is the fifth in the heartwarming Baxter Family series. In this tale, Ashley Baxter Blake’s son, Cole, falls in love with Elise—the new girl in his high school who just so happens to be pregnant. Now Cole is set on marrying her…

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“a trip to heaven taught me that we all have a purpose: to spread love”

Writhing in pain, 21-year-old Tricia Barker was rushed into surgery. “We’ll do what we can, but her chances aren’t good,” she heard a doctor say. Tricia reeled with panic as tears streamed down her face. I could die! This could be the end! she thought as the anesthesiologist placed the mask over her face. If there is a God…please, help me! she pleaded, not believing she’d receive an answer. But as the world faded, it wasn’t the lonely end she’d expected. Instead, it was a wondrous new beginning. A joyful journey Tricia had already overcome so much in her life—including an abusive childhood that had sent her down a path of self-destructive behavior as a teenager. After more heartache in college, she realized she had to heal from the pain of her…

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new science supports ndes

According to a recent Gallup poll, more than 8 million Americans claim to have had near-death experiences (NDEs). While many believe these glimpses are proof that Heaven exists, mainstream science has traditionally regarded NDEs with skepticism… but now, the tides are beginning to turn. Neurosurgeon Eben Alexander, M.D., used to be one of the naysayers until he experienced his own journey to Heaven. “All the chief arguments against NDEs suggest that they are caused by a malfunctioning of the neocortex, which causes vivid hallucinations due to the release of endorphins,” Dr. Alexander explains in his memoir, Proof of Heaven. “But my NDE took place not while my neocortex was malfunctioning, but while it was completely turned off!” A recent study of 3,500 patients at Southampton General Hospital in the United Kingdom,…

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