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Woman's World September 16, 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

in this issue

3 min.
fill your week with smiles!

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 INTERNATIONAL RED PANDA DAY Get a dose of cute! Celebrate the day by watching these furballs in action! If you’re making a trip to the zoo to see them, Gregg Dancho, zoo director at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo, suggests stopping by in the morning or afternoon. “That’s when they’re most active because it’s when they forage.” You might also get lucky enough to catch a public feeding. “It’s fun to watch them eat bamboo—they’re really delicate in how they do it,” adds Dancho. No trip to the zoo planned? Watch Beardsley Zoo’s panda webcam at BeardsleyZoo.org/red-panda-cam. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 RICE KRISPIES TREAT DAY “Treat” yourself! The key to delicious Rice Krispies treats? Use a fresh bag of mini marshmallows, which melt better than large ones, say baking pros Laurie and Nancy of TwoSistersCrafting.com.…

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relax and have fun this week

TV: PBS Marvel at the history of country music with Ken Burns’ documentary! Explore the story behind a uniquely American art form: country music. The eight-part series documents what country music is and where it came from, delving into its modest roots in blues and hymns performed in small settings and rising to its stadium-packing worldwide popularity, with never-before-seen footage and photographs plus interviews with over 80 artists. You’ll hear the stories behind some of country’s top characters like the Carter family, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson and more. Catch it September 15. AMAZON Laugh out loud with a comedy duo! These two best friends will tickle your funny bone until you cry! Nebraska natives Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley share their honest, humorous takes on everything from friendship and body image to perimenopause, wine and…

1 min.
it happened this week!

• The Mary Tyler Moore Show debuted in 1970. During its seven seasons, it was nominated for 67 Emmys and won 29. • Alison Sweeney, best known for her role as Sami Brady on Days of Our Lives, was born in 1976. • The Flintstones premiered in 1960. The toon was originally called The Flagstones until a comic strip with the same name was discovered. • J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit was published in 1937. The 2012 smash hit film of the same name was released the same year as the novel’s 75th anniversary. • Diana Ross’ cover of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” her first number-one single as a solo artist, topped the charts in 1970.…

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this week’s best new books

Fiction COZY MYSTERY A Night’s Tail by Sofie Kelly Claws come out when Ethan, brother of Mayville Heights librarian Kathleen Paulson, comes to town on tour with his band, and his bandmate gets into a bar fight with abrasive businessman Lewis Wallace. And when Lewis turns up dead, Ethan and his bandmates become the prime suspects. To save her brother, Kathleen and her feline sidekicks, Owen and Hercules, must pounce on the clues to catch the real killer! FANTASY The Harp of Kings by Juliet Marillier Return to the enchanting world of the beloved Sevenwaters novels in a new historical fantasy starring 18-year-old Liobhan, a singer and whistle player, and her brother Dau, a talented harp player. As the siblings begin training to join a band of elite warriors, they are recruited to act as undercover…

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“we all have a warrior within us!”

Cynthia Keyllian sat in her hospital bed, her heart pounding. For weeks, the 20-year-old college student had chalked up her exhaustion and stomach pains to her hectic life. But from the somber look on her doctor’s face, Cynthia now knew something serious was wrong. “I’m sorry,” he said. “You have stage 3 Hodgkin’s lymphoma.” As terror gripped Cynthia’s heart, all she could think was, Am I going to die? “An incredible blessing came out of fighting cancer” Crafting hope Starting chemotherapy treatments immediately, Cynthia’s veins burned and nausea sapped her strength. She’d always been so upbeat and positive, but the world started feeling empty and hopeless. Then, one day, her mom burst into her room and announced, “Let’s do something fun!” and she opened a kit of rainbow-hued plastic beads. Cynthia sifted through them, remembering…

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3 easy ways to support cancer warriors!

1 Send a kind word! Studies show receiving handmade cards helps individuals feel more positive and supported while battling cancer. To help make uplifting cards, visit CardCareConnection.com and click “Get Involved” for details. 2 Make a “help” calendar! With the free Lotsa Helping Hands app, you can easily create an online community for a loved one fighting cancer. Post messages or schedule meals and rides to appointments. It even sends reminders to ensure every need is met. 3 Sew together a smile! In September, CaseForSmiles.org hosts the “Miles of Pillowcase Smiles” campaign that donates fun pillowcases to children undergoing cancer treatments. Log on and click “Get Involved” for sewing instructions or how to donate fabric.…