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It's time to 'fall back'! 9 ways to make a time change easier on yourself

It's time to 'fall back'! 9 ways to make a time change easier on yourself - LA Times

from Sunny Sweet Days

Time Change Printable To Do List

Learn about fire safety and how to keep track of important to dos for when the clocks change! #ChangeYourClock #ad

from The Deliberate Mom

How to Survive Daylight Saving Time (With Kids

A time change with kids can be torture. Whether you're springing forward or falling back, here are some tips to survive daylight saving time with kids.


Daylight saving time worth the trouble? | EarthSky 11/5/16 Who benefits from the time change? A scientist on why DST is more burden than boon. Spring forward, fall back … why? Image via


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from HubPages

Copycat~Compliment or Hater?

Dyer, Gregsen, & Christensen (2011) talk about taking risks in order to be innovative. Sometimes I don't take risks because I fall back on the whole "if it ain't broke don't fix is" mantra, but I need to remind myself to keep trying and look at risk-taking in different ways.


BINGO. Not to belabor an obvious point, but as parents we therefore cannot only "fall back on" our faith when things are bad, only to shove God aside at our convenience, because that would limit the ability of us and our kids to see God's grace at work in our lives. Paraphrasing Isaiah, if we do not stand firm in our faith we will not stand at all. When we fall, we have to keep getting up.