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Woman's World June 24, 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.

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Heinrich Bauer Publishing, L. P.
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fill your week with smiles!

SUNDAY, JUNE 23 NATIONAL PINK DAY Create pretty in pink! “This peony arrangement is perfect for National Pink Day,” says Leah Wolf, owner of Glory Floral Designs in Tempe, Arizona. “The bright fuchsia buds will reveal a fabulous ruffle of soft pink petals as they fade—you’ll be able to enjoy pink in many shades!” To get the look: Cover the outside of a water-filled glass vase with adhesive strips, then cover with sections of green wheat and lily grass; tie a pink ribbon around the center. Strip the leaves off the peony stems, cutting each stem at an angle underwater, then arrange in the vase. SATURDAY, JUNE 29 NATIONAL WAFFLE IRON DAY Waffle wow! Who says waffle irons are only for breakfast? Use yours to whip up this delicious dessert from Rachel Gurk (RachelCooks.com). “Everyone loves…

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relax and have fun this week

ACORN TV See if you can solve the whodunits with Ms. Fisher! Mystery lovers won’t want to miss a minute of this show that’s a huge hit in Australia! In Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries, it’s 1964, and glamorous Peregrine Fisher has just inherited a windfall after the famous aunt she never knew goes missing. Peregrine chooses to use her fortune and crime-solving instinct to follow in her aunt’s footsteps and become a world-class sleuth with the help of the handsome Detective James Steed and the exceptional women of the Adventuresses’ Club. Stream it now. TV: PARAMOUNT Get caught in the drama of Yellowstone! Dive into this Old West tale with a modern twist! Set in rural Montana near Yellowstone National Park, this show follows a wealthy cattle rancher named John Dutton (Kevin Costner) and…

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it happened this week!

● Prince Charles and Princess Diana officially announced the name of newborn Prince William Arthur Philip Louis in 1982. ● Carly Simon was born in 1945—she started singing to help with a stutter! ● New York’s Coney Island Cyclone opened in 1927. It cost just 25 cents to ride the wooden roller coaster, which is still in operation. ● Who Framed Roger Rabbit hit theaters in 1988. It was the first time cartoon characters from Walt Disney and Warner Brothers appeared on-screen together. ● Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the first book in J.K. Rowling’s series, debuted in 1997. It has sold more than 120 million copies!…

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this week’s best new books

Fiction MAGICAL REALISM Natalie Tan’s Book of Luck & Fortune by Roselle Lim Filled with fantasy and charm, this tale follows chef Natalie Tan as she heads back to her San Francisco Chinatown neighborhood for her mother’s funeral. Upon her arrival, Natalie learns she has inherited her grandmother’s restaurant. What follows is a mysterious run-in with the local fortune-teller, a journey of soul-healing recipes, family bonding and a dash of sweet romance. COZY MYSTERY Chai Another Day by Leslie Budewitz A quirky, clever whodunit ensues when Pepper Reece, owner of the Spice Shop in Seattle’s Pike Place Market, takes a break from serving spice tea to treat herself to a much-needed massage. But her peaceful moment is interrupted when she hears an argument in her friend Aimee’s vintage shop… that ends in murder! Filled with guilt…

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“when our hearts are open, wonderful things happen!”

“Sam, you’re crying. What’s wrong?” Samantha Duckert’s fiancé, Kendel Clark, asked. Startled, Samantha put down her phone and quickly brushed away her tears. “I was looking at the animal rescue site again,” she sniffled. “Those poor dogs…it’s not fair! All they want is someone to love them.” One of the things Kendel loved most about Samantha was her tender heart. It’s what led her to become a neonatal nurse and made her a doting doggy mom to their three pups. But sometimes Samantha’s compassion filled her with sadness. “Babe, you can’t save all of them,” Kendel soothed, hugging her. “I know,” Samantha sighed. But I feel like I can do more to help, she thought. And one day, as she scrolled through Pinterest looking for inspiration for her wedding bouquets, one image stopped her short:…

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3 easy ways to help pets find a fur-ever home

1 Cozy up their kennels! In a study done by the University of Sydney, researchers found that animals who are seen cuddling with toys are adopted 30% faster than those who are not—and it’s not just toys that do the trick! Donating old blankets and towels make animals comfy and are a cost-free way to help them get noticed by a family. 2 Volunteer for playtime! If you can’t adopt a pet, try taking advantage of volunteer “playtime.” Call your local animal shelter to walk dogs, play with cats and help animals learn to socialize and play with prospective adopters—an action which ScienceDirect reports significantly increases their likelihood of adoption! 3 Create a virtual flyer! Download the Petfinder app for free and search for local animals up for adoption. Spot a pet that tugs at…