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Woman's World July 12, 2021

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 NA
Frequency:
Weekly
R 36,04
R 897,18
52 Issues

in this issue

3 min
fill your week with smiles!

JULY 11–JULY 17 NATIONAL VODKA WEEK Toast to summer! Kick back and relax this week with a cocktail made with vodka—Americans’ favorite spirit by a wide margin! To celebrate, whip up a sweet, tangy Sea Breeze. To make a Sea Breeze: Fill a pint-size Mason jar with ice, then pour in 4 oz. of cranberry juice, 1 oz. of vodka and 1 oz. of grapefruit juice. Seal the jar and pop in the fridge to chill. When ready to drink, give the jar a good shake before removing the lid. This will create the “sea foam” effect that gives this delicious cocktail its beachy name! JOKE OF THE WEEK I still like to make handwritten lists. I also like to leave them on the kitchen counter, then guess what’s on the list while I’m at the…

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1 min
start your week with a laugh!

Q How do you stop a bull from charging? A Cancel its credit card! Kids are fUnNy! Right before leaving on our annual family trip, I alerted my kids and husband that it was time to leave by saying, “Let’s hit the road!” As I gathered our luggage and bags, my 5-year-old son came up to me with his plastic toy baseball bat and asked me where mine was. Turns out, he thought I wanted them to actually hit the road!…

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3 min
relax and have fun this week

HULU Travel down memory lane with McCartney 3, 2, 1! Where were you the first time you heard “I Want to Hold Your Hand” or “Can’t Buy Me Love”? Feels good to remember, doesn’t it? Now you can reminisce with Paul as he describes his incredible journey through more than 60 years in the music business. In this series, McCartney shares memories of his rise to fame with The Beatles, his songwriting process, his years with Wings and the special relationships that inspired him to write the songs that still make us want to take a drive with the windows down and sing along. Premieres July 16. APPLE TV+ Tickle your funny bone with Schmigadoon! Take a backpacking trip like no other in this funny six-episode series based on the 1947 Broadway musical Brigadoon! In…

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1 min
it happened this week!

● Cleopatra, starring Elizabeth Taylor, hit theaters in 1963. It was the top-grossing film of the year. ● LEGO bricks were created in 1958. The name is from the Danish words leg godt, meaning “play well.” ● Following the debut of the Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour in 1971, bell-bottoms became a red-hot trend of the decade. ● Donna Summer’s “Bad Girls” topped charts in 1979. It was #1 for five weeks, helping her earn the title “The Queen of Disco.” ● Disneyland in California opened in 1955. Over 28,000 people came out for opening day—15,000 more than planned!…

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2 min
this week’s best new books

Fiction ROMANCE An Acquired Taste by Kelly Cain This sizzling, swoon-worthy tale follows Rowan Townsend, who is head chef at her mother’s restaurant. With hopes of expanding her family’s business, Rowan enters a reality TV chef competition. The only issue? Her nemesis from culinary school, the handsome, talented Knox Everheart, also enters. The competition heats up as they go head-to-head, but Rowan and Knox’s rivalry sparks fireworks in the kitchen and their hearts! HISTORICAL FICTION In Royal Service to the Queen by Tessa Arlen Readers are transported to 1945 England in this rich, riveting story starring Marion “Crawfie” Crawford, who spent more than 16 years of her life as governess to little Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Rose. But when the young royals begin navigating adulthood, Crawfie is the only one who supports Elizabeth’s choice to marry Prince Philip.…

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4 min
“this little pup comforts sick animals in a big way!”

Dawn was just breaking when the ringing phone jolted Sue Rogers awake. “Sue, I could really use your help,” the worried caller said. “We have two newborn Chihuahua puppies. I think they both have a cleft palate—they’re trying to nurse, but they’re not getting anything.” Sue was used to area animal lovers calling her at all hours in emergency situations. In 2012, after losing her own beloved Chihuahua, Mia, just shy of her second birthday due to complications from a cleft palate, Sue had founded The Mia Foundation (TheMiaFoundation.com), dedicated to saving animals born with birth defects. Over the years, Sue and her husband, Gary, have helped more than 1,000 animals get the medical care—and love—they need to survive, caring for many of them right in their own Hilton, New York, home. “Get…

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