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Woman's World July 1, 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


3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

THURSDAY, JULY 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY Toast to freedom! What better way to kick off your celebration of America’s birthday than with a festive red and blue cocktail? This tasty recipe from the Woman’s World test kitchen puts a sweet twist on a classic martini. To make: Wet the rims of 2 martini glasses with lemon juice; press into blue sanding sugar. In a cocktail shaker, muddle 2 mint sprigs, 2 Tbs. of lime juice and 1 Tbs. of sugar. Stir in ½ cup of cranberry juice, ½ cup of pomegranate juice and ¼ cup of gin. Strain into ice-filled martini glasses and add a splash of tonic water and a cherry garnish. SATURDAY, JULY 6 NATIONAL HOP-A-PARK DAY Get grounded! Today is the perfect day to head to a park and kick off your shoes!…

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relax and have fun this week

NETFLIX Catch up with your favorite stars on David Letterman’s new talk show! David Letterman is back…again! The shaggy-bearded funnyman is returning to host the second season of his talk show, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman, on which he sits down with one celebrity per episode and makes a connection that allows them to open up to him about things like personal struggles, career highs and lows, what inspires them and more. This season, see Tiffany Haddish, Ellen DeGeneres, Kanye West, Melinda Gates and race-car driver Lewis Hamilton. Stream it now. DVD Warm hearts with Mia and the White Lion! You’ll fall in love with this story of a young girl and her best friend, who just happens to be a lion! Mia’s life is turned upside down when her family…

1 min.
it happened this week!

● The novel Gone with the Wind hit shelves in 1936—it won author Margaret Mitchell a Nobel Prize and was made into a movie with Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable in 1939. ● Edie Falco was born in 1963. Before starring in The Sopranos, she worked as a clown at kiddie parties! ● The first Chevy Corvette rolled off the assembly line in 1953. The suggested retail price? $3,513. ● Back to the Future was released in theaters in 1985—movie studio executives originally wanted to call the hit flick Spaceman from Pluto! ● The soap opera Guiding Light debuted in 1952. Actress Kim Zimmer won four Emmys for playing Reva Shayne, a role she had for a total of 21 years!…

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this week’s best new books

Fiction WOMEN’S LIT The Stationery Shop by Marjan Kamali As a teenager in 1953 Tehran, Roya spends her time daydreaming and visiting her favorite stationery shop run by Mr. Fakhri. One day, Roya meets a young man named Bahman, who shares her love of the shop and poetry. The two fall in love, but before they can wed, violence erupts in town and Bahman disappears. Now, 60 years later, fate finally gives Roya the answers she’s searched for. A rich story of loss and true love. CHICK LIT The Lemon Sisters by Jill Shalvis Small-town charm, romance and family drama…the newest novel in Jill Shalvis’ Wildstone series has it all. Growing up, Brooke was the problem child, while older sister Mindy was the golden child. Years later, Mindy shows up at Brooke’s door with her three…

4 min.
“by lifting the hearts and lives of others, we instantly lift ourselves!”

“Well, I just got turned down for another job,” Lisa Bradley said, as she and her friend, Cameron Cruse, jogged together. It was a refrain that had often echoed from each woman’s mouth since their military husbands had been stationed to a new base in Dahlonega, Georgia. “It’s so frustrating,” Cameron said. “I have a master’s degree in architecture, and you have one in business. Yet we can’t find jobs anywhere we go!” Their dilemma was clear: With their husbands’ frequent transfers, both women were never in one place for more than two years, and employers were reluctant to hire them knowing they would end up moving again. As the two friends lamented their situation, suddenly, their eyes met and a light bulb flashed on. “Let’s start our own business together!” they declared. Excited, Lisa…

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3 surprising ways to help a hero!

1 Walk with purpose Download the free CharityMiles app on your phone and simply log in before taking a walk, run or bike ride! Sponsors will donate up to 25 cents for each mile you complete—and the proceeds will go to one of 40 charities of your choice, including the USO or Wounded Warrior Project! 2 De-clutter for a good cause Visit UWVC.org and type in your ZIP code to schedule a pickup of gently used clothing, furniture and household items to be donated to soldiers’ families. Simply leave your items outside for pickup and a driver will leave a tax-deduction receipt in their place! 3 Heal with a special hug Check out DaddyDolls.com to order a doll-size pillow with a child’s deployed loved one’s photo on it! Don’t have a child to purchase for?…