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How to Fall Asleep

Falling asleep isn’t always as simple as placing your head on a pillow and shutting your eyes. Thoughts and worries might race their way through your mind, or getting comfortable might seem impossible. Fortunately, from relaxation techniques to changing your sleep routine, there are lots of ways to fall asleep quickly and improve your sleep(…)

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How to Fall Asleep if You’re Autistic

Sleeping difficulties often accompany autism.[1] If you’re one of these people, don’t worry—there are techniques you can use to help you fall asleep. This article is written for autistic people, but it may also be useful to parents of autistic children, people with other disabilities, or non-disabled people. EditSteps EditPreparing Before Bedtime Be active during(…)

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How to Decorate for Fall on a Budget

A lot of people don’t even start to think about seasonal decorating until the holiday season, but there are lots of inexpensive ways that you can celebrate the arrival of fall as well! By incorporating natural elements, reusing items that you might already have, shopping strategically, and taking on craft projects, you can create a(…)

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How to View Fall Foliage

As summer transitions to fall, it becomes time for warm apple cider, flannel shirts, and of course, fall foliage. If you want to see the luscious leaves change from green to bright golds, oranges, and reds, view fall foliage from September to October. The United States is rich in fall splendor, though you can see(…)