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Woman's World September 27, 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.

United States
Heinrich Bauer NA
R 36,04
R 897,18
52 Issues

in this issue

3 min
fill your week with smiles!

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 NATIONAL CHOCOLATE MILK DAY Relax with a milkshake Put an extra smile in your Monday and indulge in a thick chocolate shake like this marshmallow-kissed confection dreamed up by the treat makers in the Woman’s World test kitchen. Subbing chocolate milk for plain adds rich flavor, and the whipped cream on top makes it extra irresistible! To make a Choco-Marshmallow Shake: In blender, combine 3 cups of chocolate ice cream, ½ cup of chocolate milk and ½ cup of Marshmallow Fluff. Cover; blend until smooth. Divide between 2 chilled glasses. If desired, garnish with whipped cream and chocolate shavings. Makes 2 drinks RIDDLE OF THE WEEK If I could turn back time I never was but always will be. No one ever saw me, but everyone knows I exist. I give people the…

1 min
start your week with a laugh!

Q What do you call a lazy kangaroo? A A pouch potato! Kids are fUnNy! When I was watching my 6-year-old grandson, Wyatt, while his parents were away, he asked if they had sent an email (that’s how they’d been checking in). “Not yet,” I said. He replied, “Maybe we should say the ‘Our Father.’” When I asked how that would help, he said, “You know, ‘And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us some email…’” —N.H., Danville, KY Answer: Tomorrow…

3 min
relax and have fun this week

WEBSITE Boost your confidence with BeginningIsNow.com! Become part of an inspiring, uplifting new community of women at BeginningIsNow.com, created by actress Brooke Shields. After shattering her leg earlier this year, Brooke battled through multiple surgeries, a staph infection and months of grueling physical therapy. Now, she’s sharing information, tips and positive support that aided her on her journey to help women of all ages find the courage to overcome their own challenges, adversity and fear—and see that every day is a beautiful chance to start something new. NBC Thrill at the drama with La Brea! Go on an epic adventure when a massive sinkhole to a mysterious primeval world opens in the middle of Los Angeles, pulling hundreds of people into its depths. Now, a family is separated—mother and son fell into the sinkhole and…

1 min
it happened this week!

● The futuristic TV series The Jetsons first aired in 1962. ● Nesquik was introduced in 1948. It was originally called Nestlé Quik before the two words were combined in 1999. ● The modern crimping iron was created in 1972. Stylist Geri Cusenza had the idea for the tool while working on Barbra Streisand’s hair during a photo shoot for Vogue. The tool’s popularity peaked in the mid-1980s. ● The Frisbee was patented in 1958. The toy was originally called the Pluto Platter. ● A Streetcar Named Desire, starring Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter and Vivien Leigh, premiered in 1951. Both ladies won Oscars.…

2 min
this week’s best new books

Fiction HISTORICAL FICTION A Most Clever Girl by Stephanie Marie Thornton This rich, captivating story of loyalty, love and espionage—based on true events!—takes place during WWII and the Cold War. Elizabeth Bentley is recruited as an American spy for the Russians with the code name Clever Girl. As she recounts her story to Catherine Gray, the two women discover that their lives are connected and come to realize there are many sides to the truth. ROMANCE The Perfect Find by Tia Williams Filled with lovable characters, funny moments and steamy chemistry, this novel stars Jenna Jones, a former “it girl” fashion editor who is 40 years old and desperate for a new start. So when Jenna is hired by her arch nemesis, Darcy Vale, to work with tech-savvy millennials, she’s in way over her head. Then handsome videographer…

4 min
“we make the joy of the outdoors accessible to all!”

Virginia Rose inhaled, the scent of the forest filling her senses as she trained her binoculars to the sky. Through the sun-dappled leaves, she scanned the branches, catching sight of a bird warbling from on high. She closed her eyes, listening to its song until she could identify it. “Scissor-tailed flycatcher!” she declared, writing its name down in her notebook. For months, the English teacher had been birding, or watching birds, an activity her sister had suggested she try. But for the then-42-year-old from Austin, Texas, it was no ordinary feat getting out into the woods. From the time she’d broken her back in a horse-riding accident at age 14, Virginia had been in a wheelchair. Still, her local Travis Audubon Society birding group had welcomed her into their fold with open…