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Woman's World September 23, 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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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Heinrich Bauer Publishing, L. P.
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fill your week with smiles!

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 NATIONAL PANCAKE DAY Wow your crowd! We didn’t think that pancakes could get any better…until we discovered this delicious twist from Chandice Probst, who shares recipes at ThisVivaciousLife.com. Start with your favorite vanilla cupcakes, then top with Probst’s maple-infused frosting. To make Probst’s maple frosting: Beat 1 ⁄2 cup of butter with a mixer until fluffy. Mix in 2 Tbs. of maple syrup. Slowly add 2 cups of powdered sugar. Add milk to thicken, if needed. Spread frosting over cooled cupcakes. Top with mini pancakes, butter and a drizzle of syrup. *Contact your local Fred Astaire Dance Studio (FredAstaire.com/locations) and use the code “Woman’s World.” Exp: 3/31/20. Offer good at participating studios for new students only. All locations independently owned & operated SEPTEMBER 20–SEPTEMBER 29 NATIONAL BALLROOM DANCING WEEK Give it a twirl! You…

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relax and have fun this week

MOVIE Go behind-the-scenes with a Hollywood legend with Judy! See Judy Garland like you’ve never seen her before with this new biopic! It’s 1968, 30 years after The Wizard of Oz, and Judy (played by Renée Zellweger) has suffered a series of ups and downs, including a struggle with her management, deteriorating health and dwindling finances. So she decides to leave her three children behind and head to London to perform five weeks of sold-out shows at The Talk of the Town nightclub. There, she reminisces with friends and fans alike and even begins to fall in love. Catch it in theaters September 27. TV: NBC Join in the music and merriment of Perfect Harmony! You never know where your next jolt of inspiration will come from! Just ask former Princeton University music professor Arthur…

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it happened this week!

● Charlie’s Angels, with Jaclyn Smith, Farrah Fawcett and Kate Jackson, debuted in 1976. It was originally titled The Alley Cats! ● Naomi Watts was born in 1968. Seeing the movie Fame at age 11 is what made her want to become an actress! ● The Jetsons premiered in 1962. While set in the year 2062, it was inspired by a book predicting life in 1975. ● “The Way We Were,” by Barbra Streisand, was number one on the charts in 1973. Featured in the movie of the same name, it won an Oscar for Best Original Song. ● Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp organized the first Farm Aid concert in 1985. It raised over $9 million for family farms.…

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this week’s best new books

Fiction THRILLER Strands of Truth by Colleen Coble Growing up in foster care, Harper Taylor longed to know her true family. So when a DNA test reveals she has a half-sister, Annabelle, Harper is both hopeful and nervous. But as they get to know each other, the sisters discover that both of their mothers died tragically. Determined to know the truth, Harper begins to uncover secrets that put them in great danger. Suspense, drama, and romance: You’re hooked by page one. COZY MYSTERY Fatal Cajun Festival by Ellen Byron Bestselling author Ellen Byron cranks up the heat in the fifth book of her fan-favorite Cajun Country series. Louisiana B&B owner Maggie Crozat is getting ready for the local jazz festival, where she’ll be cheering on her friend’s band, Gaynell and the Gator Girls. But when a…

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“you can achieve your greatest dream!” never give up trying!”

As her mother talked on the phone, Melody Tsai watched her face intently. More than anything, Melody wanted to go to culinary school. Both her grandparents and her parents had owned restaurants, so, hoping to one day open her own eatery, Melody had applied to the California Culinary Academy. Now someone from the admissions office had called. But seeing her mother’s smile fade, Melody knew the news wasn’t good. Hanging up, her mother signed, “They said culinary school would be dangerous for you. What if someone was coming through the kitchen with a bowl of hot soup, and you couldn’t hear them say, ‘Get out of the way’?” Melody was shocked. Having always attended a school for the deaf, she had never been made to feel different. And her teachers had always…

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3 guaranteed ways to overcome any obstacle!

1 Visualize your roadblocks When it comes to overcoming a challenge, visualizing the positive steps you’ll need to take to bring about the change is key, says Tal Ben-Shahar, Ph.D., author of Choose the Life You Want. Studies show that prepping for challenges this way heads off your mind’s tendency to view slipups as negative or as signs that you should quit, allowing setbacks to become building blocks for future growth. 2 Encourage yourself with small daily reminders Creating physical reminders of your goals—like writing sticky notes and putting them in places where you’ll see them each day—is a super-easy way to stay motivated, says Jeremy Dean, author of Making Habits, Breaking Habits. The reason: Even if you stop noticing the little reminders, they’ll positively register in your subconscious, encouraging you to continue…

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