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Myra Miller

Coping with fewer hours of daylight

I’m still trying to adjust to the daylight savings time. I don’t care for it too much, as sometimes 5:00 in the afternoon is in darkness. I tend to retire for bedtime at an earlier hour than normal also.
The following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, gives you tips on how to cope and find ways to adapt to daylight savings time.
Daylight saving time comes to an end each fall, at a time when the hours of available sunlight already are beginning to decline.

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Myra Miller

Serve breakfast foods at dinner

I love eating breakfast foods. My favorite foods include eggs, bacon, grits and pancakes.
I have in the past served breakfast foods at dinner time. Cooking breakfast foods, I find, is faster and easier. What I like about cooking breakfast foods is that you can change it up or add to the foods, such as fruits and vegetables.
The following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, gives you a list of benefits of cooking breakfast foods at dinner time.

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Myra Miller

Natural ways to fight fall allergies

Some folks fight fall allergies. I experience some symptoms, but it’s not severe.
Did you know? Leaves are a known cause of fall allergies. Raking them can stir up mold and pollen.
The following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, gives you natural remedies that work just as effectively as over-the-counter medications in regard to combatting ragweed and pollen problems.
As the days become shorter and the weather cools down, a new crop of allergy symptoms can arise, turning the autumn season into one marked by sneezing, scratchy throats and itchy eyes.

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Autumn is an ideal time to tend to lawns and gardens

For those of you who enjoy gardening the season is now upon us, autumn. Autumn is an ideal time to get into the garden and ensure that flowers, trees and garden beds will over-winter successfully.
The following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, gives you autumn gardening tips.
Autumn is gardening season. That statement may not seem right to those who think of the spring as the peak time to care for lawns and gardens.

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