Wednesday, October 16, 2019

The Art Of Massage Therapy | Emotional And Health Benefits | Time Honored Tips

The Art Of Massage Therapy | Emotional And Health Benefits | Time Honored Tips 

The Art Of Massage Therapy | Emotional And Health Benefits | Time Honored Tips

“The love of beauty is one of the most firmly implanted qualities of the human mind, and only those who are mentally deficient fail to appreciate it. From the human standpoint there is no edifice so beautiful as that earthly temple which enshrines the soul.”—Dr. Cyrus Edson.

Massage is as old as the hills. Most really good things are, I’ve found.

The Grecian and Roman women preserved their wondrous, wholesome beauty by reveling in luxuriant baths and then undergoing vigorous massage by their stout-armed slaves.

Massage is a natural alleviator and comfort-giver. The first thing a baby does when he bumps his precious head is to rub the injured spot with his little fist. Relief seems to come with friction.

If one’s temples hurt, the hands seem to itch and tingle to get to rubbing and smoothing out the aches there.

And the reason for it is that friction makes active the nerves and blood vessels and exercises the tired or fretting muscles.

Massage is exercise.

If we were to cease using our arms the muscles would shrink and soon become incapable of movement.

The skin outside would, of course, be affected by the general warpings of the tissues, and the result would be everything that is dreadful to the mind feminine—crow’s feet, wrinkles, sallowness and lack of the tints and colors of health.

You who have enjoyed the pleasures of a Turkish bath must know how new and robust and fresh you feel after the invigorating cleansing and pummeling by a strong and experienced masseuse.
We all know about the system of decay and renewing which the skin constantly undergoes. It is much the same way with the muscles.

The very tiny cells of which the muscles are composed are continually being repaired. As the worn out particles are rejected the new fiber is created.

Does it not stand to reason that massage will facilitate this process, make the flesh firmer, restore vigor to the muscles and give new life to the entire system?
The muscles of the face, more than those of any other part of the body, are lazy and torpid. As the troubles of life descend, the wear and tear of bothersome existence begins to show.

The circulation becomes defective, and this brings flabby tissues and a wrinkled, sallow skin. Then, oh, woe! woe! One feels as if one might just as well be dead and gone as to be trailing through life so afflicted.
Massage means “I knead.” While the professional masseuse should be well informed concerning the muscles of the face and neck, the location of the veins and arteries, and the general formation of the skin, the little home body who wishes to rub away a few wrinkles or turkey tracks can easily dispense with the acquiring of so much knowledge.

With knowing what “not to do,” she will get along very well, although it has always been my opinion that the simplest and most satisfactory way to learn to massage one’s own cheeks and brow is to go to a first-class professional for one or two treatments. If you keep your eyes open you will easily learn the simplest and most effective movements.
The first thing to remember is that massage will both create and reduce flesh, according to the treatment given and the time devoted to it. Severe rubbing and rolling of the flesh between the fingers will gradually dissolve the fatty tissues.

The flesh will then become soft and flabby, and the skin will be likely to fall into tiny lines unless an astringent wash, like weak alum water (used hot), is applied to tighten and harden it slightly, and so make the flesh firm.

If the massage is continued, the flabby flesh will also be reduced, especially when the astringent wash is applied to help the hardening process.

When the face is to be plumpened or wrinkles removed, then rub the skin very gently with a rotary motion, which is not a mere rubbing but a kneading as well, and follow with light tapping movements. Never roll the flesh between the fingers unless reduction is the object.

Also, never massage oftener than once every twenty-four hours, and then only for fifteen or twenty minutes.
So much for the don’ts. Before beginning the massage have the face perfectly clean. Wash with tepid water and pure castile soap. Otherwise the dust and powder are kneaded into the pores and the result is frequently extremely irritating.
The reasons for massage are many. It facilitates and stimulates the skin in its continual effort to throw off the tiny flakes of dried, dead cuticle. It is exercise for the muscles, and at the same time it inspires a livelier circulation of the blood.

It is easy to understand then why massage is so beneficial for the face, and why it makes a rosy, healthy complexion.

Massage alone will remedy many a complexion ill, for when the muscles are sluggish and torpid, the tissues weak and flabby, the circulation as slow as the messenger boys in the funny papers, and the skin sallow and wrinkled, all in the world that is needed is a little gentle patting and coddling and rubbing into a less lifeless state.

Great care must be taken lest the skin become bruised and irritated. For this reason a cream or skin food is used.

Let me suggest that this emollient be of the good, pure, home-made kind, not the cheap cosmetic which has mutton tallow or lard as a principal foundation.

The orange flower skin food (formula appears in the chapter on the complexion) is the best formula for this purpose, as it will, by absorption, fatten and build up the impoverished tissues, and at the same time strengthen, whiten and soften the skin.

Mineral oils must never be used. Glycerin not only makes the complexion darker and rather yellow, but it dries the secretions of the skin very rapidly, and a dry, harsh surface is the sure result. Vaseline—as we should know from its reputation as a hair tonic—will not prove a happiness to one.
The skin food should be rubbed in all over the face and far down upon the neck with a firm, circular movement. When the cream is partially absorbed begin the manipulations, starting at the forehead. Place the thumbs on the temples and in that way hold the skin firm and taut.

With the tips of the first and second fingers of both hands rub the lines transversely. If there be wrinkles across the forehead, rub up and down, holding the skin tight at the top of the forehead with the first fingers and manipulating with the second and third.
Another movement which is excellent for wrinkles is to place the first finger of each hand crosswise of the wrinkles about half an inch apart.

Then push up a little fold. As the left hand finger pushes its way along the wrinkle, let the right hand one rub up and down, always keeping the line up into a little hill.
In massaging the lines about the eyes the movement should begin by rubbing the eyelid from the nose outward half an inch beyond the end of the eye, then returning below the eye toward the nose. This will make the massage sweep back crosswise of the crow’s feet.

Another movement is to hold the skin taut and then knead the lines firmly with the first and second fingers of the right hand.
If the chin is fleshy and you wish to massage it down to smaller proportions, you must dissolve the fatty tissues by picking up the flesh between the thumb and forefinger and rolling and rubbing as much as you possibly can without injuring or breaking the skin.

Then, in order to keep the flesh from getting flabby the rotund little chin must be bathed in cold water, in which is a small pinch of alum, a piece the size of a bean being plenty for a pint of water. This alum bath, remember, is only to be applied when you are reducing the carbon or fat.
The “kneading” movement is very beneficial. This is done very gently with the thumb and forefinger only—precisely the motion used in kneading bread.

The smoothing manipulation for the wrinkles is probably better explained as an “ironing out” motion. All lines can stand these two movements.

Whenever the skin seems particularly dull of color and generally lifeless, then the patting comes in excellent play. This is merely a gentle tattoo over the entire face. Electricity is an excellent accessory to massage—but that is another story.

After the massage, wet a wash cloth in water slightly chilled, and lay over the face. This will close the pores nicely. Dry and apply powder.

I trust that my beauty students will easily understand the foregoing—it is certainly a difficult topic to explain lucidly.

As I said before, it is a wise plan to go to some one who thoroughly understands the art and let her teach you.

While massage can be given at home, it is more satisfactory if done by a professional whose knowledge of anatomy will assist her toward the best results.

Excerpt From – Woman Beautiful By Helen Follett Stevans.

DIY Homemade Natural Lemon Hair Wash Shampoo For Healthy, Beautiful, Blond Tresses

DIY Homemade Natural Lemon Hair Wash Shampoo For Healthy, Beautiful, Blond Tresses

DIY Homemade Natural Lemon Hair Wash Shampoo For Healthy, Beautiful, Blond Tresses

  • One ounce salts of tartar. 

  • Juice of three lemons. 

  • One quart of water.

Apply a cupful to the hair and scalp just before the shampoo.

Excerpt From – Woman Beautiful By Helen Follett Stevans. 

DIY Homemade Dandruff Cure And Hair Tonic For Healthy, Beautiful Hair | Time Honored Tips

DIY Homemade Dandruff Cure And Hair Tonic For Healthy, Beautiful Hair | Time Honored Tips 

DIY Homemade Dandruff Cure And Hair Tonic For Healthy, Beautiful Hair | Time Honored Tips

  • Forty-eight grains resorcin. 

  • One-fourth ounce glycerine. 

  • Alcohol sufficient to fill a two-ounce bottle.

Apply every night to the scalp, rubbing it in well.

This is good for falling hair.

Excerpt From – Woman Beautiful By Helen Follett Stevans. 

DIY Homemade Egg Shampoo Recipe For Healthy, Beautiful, Gorgeous Hair | Time Honored Tips

DIY Homemade Egg Shampoo Recipe For Healthy, Beautiful, Gorgeous Hair | Time Honored Tips

DIY Homemade Egg Shampoo Recipe For Healthy, Beautiful, Gorgeous Hair | Time Honored Tips

Shake the yolk of an egg in a pint of alcohol, strain and bottle. 

To a bowl of warm water add two tablespoonfuls of the liquid.

Excerpt From – Woman Beautiful By Helen Follett Stevans. 

DIY Homemade Natural Shampoo To Remove Dandruff And Give You Beautiful, Healthy Hair | Time Honored Tips

DIY Homemade Natural Shampoo To Remove Dandruff And Give You Beautiful, Healthy Hair | Time Honored Tips 

DIY Homemade Natural Shampoo To Remove Dandruff And Give You Beautiful, Healthy Hair | Time Honored Tips

  • Yolk of one egg. 

  • One pint of warm water. 

  • One ounce spirits of rosemary.

Follow with thorough washing with liquid verbena soap.

Excerpt From – Woman Beautiful By Helen Follett Stevans. 

DIY Homemade Liquid Verbena Soap Recipe For Healthy, Gorgeous, Beautiful Hair | Time Honored Tips

DIY Homemade Liquid Verbena Soap Recipe For Healthy, Gorgeous, Beautiful Hair | Time Honored Tips 

DIY Homemade Liquid Verbena Soap Recipe For Healthy, Gorgeous, Beautiful Hair | Time Honored Tips

  • Cut in small pieces one-half pound of pure imported castile soap. 

  • Put in porcelain kettle with two quarts of warm water and dissolve by boiling. 

  • When cold it should be of the consistency of rather thin cream; if thicker, add more water. 

  • Stir in one-fourth pint of alcohol and let stand several days in a warm room. 

  • All the alkali and impurities will settle to the bottom of the bottle, leaving the liquid as clear as crystal. 

  • Pour off carefully, leaving the residue for kitchen purposes. 

  • Perfume with a few drops of oil of verbena, or any scent one may prefer. 

  • A small quantity of this used in the shampoo is delightfully cleansing.

Excerpt From – Woman Beautiful By Helen Follett Stevans. 

When A Woman Cries In Front Of A Man | For The Woman Or Girl Who Readily Sheds Emotional Tears | Time Honored Tips

When A Woman Cries In Front Of A Man | For The Woman Or Girl Who Readily Sheds Emotional Tears | Time Honored Tips 

When A Woman Cries In Front Of A Man | For The Woman Or Girl Who Readily Sheds Emotional Tears | Time Honored Tips

Now, about the girl who weeps. You don’t see many of her these days. Women used to think that big, sad eyes, just ready to send forth a November gale of tears, was quite the proper thing, especially if there chanced to be a man about.

Women of experience—and who should really know—say that tears are worn-out weapons for bringing masculinity to time.

We later-day mortals go in for everything that bespeaks strength and backbone and a certain amount of strong-mindedness.

When little wifey wife begins to snivel nowadays, Mr. Husband doesn’t upset the furniture in his efforts to kiss away the tears. He is quite likely to straighten up and say: “Oh, brace up, Pauline!” or else, “Go look in the glass, my love, and see what a beautifully tinted nose you have!”

Yes, these are unromantic days, and there’s no mistaking that fact! There’s little room for the weepy, wailing woman whose big, inflated ambition is to dampen stunning neckties and deluge nicely laundered shirt-fronts.

Of course, women must have their good, comfortable cries once in a while, but if they’re wise they will retire to their own rooms and have it out by themselves.

This is not quite so satisfactory as the old-time methods, for the reason that loneliness does not inspire an exhibition of woe, and if one doesn’t look out one is apt to forget what one is boo-hooing about. But, take it all in all, it’s safer and more in keeping with fin de siecle rules and regulations.

It used to be that a man would say: “Well, it breaks me all up to see a woman cry. I just can’t stand it!” But now it’s different. Instead, he remarks wearily: “Anything but a yowling woman!”

The poets have written lots of lovely things about tears. Notwithstanding that fact, there is an old German proverb: “Nothing dries sooner than a tear,” which isn’t so bad.

And Byron, you know, said that the busy have no time for tears. Which, one must acknowledge, is quite true when one thinks how everybody is up and hustling these days.

They’re either wearing themselves down to skin and bone trying to earn a living and to reside in a $60 flat with electric lights and a real back yard, or else they’re gradually killing themselves in an effort to enjoy life and to have a good, jolly time all around.

Excerpt From – Woman Beautiful By Helen Follett Stevans.

Thanksgiving, Gratitude, Appreciation | Your Questions Answered

Thanksgiving, Gratitude, Appreciation | Your Questions Answered 

Thanksgiving, Gratitude, Appreciation | Your Questions Answered

Why is it important to have Thanksgiving?
It is important to be with family during Thanksgiving because of many reasons. … The third reason is that Thanksgiving is a historical holiday, and was started when the pilgrims came to the New World, present-day North America, and set up a feast to share with the Native Americans a peace treaty.   TheIDLandReview

Why did Thanksgiving start?
After 1890, representations of the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag began to reflect a shift of interest to the 1621 harvest celebration. By the beginning of the 20th century, the Pilgrims and the Thanksgiving holiday were used to teach children about American freedom and how to be good citizens.  Plimoth

"Oh, give thanks to the Lord! Call upon His name; Make known His deeds among the peoples! "1 Chronicles 16:8
"Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever." 1 Chronicles 16:34
"Now thanks be to God who always leads us in triumph in Christ, and through us diffuses the fragrance of His knowledge in every place. 15 For we are to God the fragrance of Christ among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing." 2 Corinthians 2:14-15

Why is Thanksgiving on a Thursday every year?
Since George Washington’s time, Thursday has been the day, and this was solidified by Abraham Lincoln’s proclamation in 1863 designating the national day of Thanksgiving to be the last Thursday of November. Later that was amended to the fourth Thursday in November.  Almanac 

Who was involved in Thanksgiving?
The English colonists we call Pilgrims celebrated days of thanksgiving as part of their religion. But these were days of prayer, not days of feasting. Our national holiday really stems from the feast held in the autumn of 1621 by the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag to celebrate the colony’s first successful harvest.  Scholastic 

How is Thanksgiving Day determined in the US?
Thanksgiving, currently celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November by federal legislation in 1941, has been an annual tradition in the United States by presidential proclamation since 1863 and by state legislation since the Founding Fathers of the United States.   Wikipedia

What is Thanksgiving in Canada all about?
Thanksgiving (French: l’Action de grĂ¢ce), occurring on the second Monday in October, is an annual Canadian holiday to give thanks at the close of the harvest season. Although the original act of Parliament references God and the holiday is celebrated in churches, the holiday is mostly celebrated in a secular manner.   Wikipedia

Why does Canada celebrate Thanksgiving?
Long before Europeans settled in North America, festivals of thanks andcelebrations of harvest took place in Europe in the month of October. The very firstThanksgiving celebration in North America took place in 1578 in Canada when Martin Frobisher, an explorer from England. in search of the Northwest Passage.    Kidzworld

Why do we celebrate Thanksgiving Day?
The event that Americans commonly call the “First Thanksgiving” was celebratedby the Pilgrims after their first harvest in the New World in October 1621. This feast lasted three days, and—as accounted by attendee Edward Winslow—it was attended by 90 Native Americans and 53 Pilgrims. Wikipedia

How do we celebrate Thanksgiving?
Thanksgiving Day is traditionally a day for families and friends to get together for a special meal. The meal often includes a turkey, stuffing, potatoes, cranberry sauce, gravy, pumpkin pie, and vegetables. Thanksgiving Day is a time for many people to give thanks for what they have.    Time and Date

What do they eat on Thanksgiving?
For many Americans, the Thanksgiving meal includes seasonal dishes such as roast turkey with stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie.   History

Why do we eat turkey on Thanksgiving?
Since Bradford wrote of how the colonists had hunted wild turkeys during the autumn of 1621 and since turkey is a uniquely American (and scrumptious) bird, it gained traction as the Thanksgiving meal of choice for Americans after Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a national holiday in 1863.   Mental Floss

What is the best Thanksgiving menu?
–Sage-Butter Roasted Turkey.
–Cornbread Dressing.
–Citrus-Cranberry Sauce.
–Caramelized-Onion Galette.
–Skillet Green Beans.
–Potato Gratin.
–Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Carrots.
–Buttermilk Biscuits.  Country Living

Who was the leader of the Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving?
William Bradford and the First Thanksgiving. As was the custom in England, the Pilgrims celebrated their harvest with a festival. The 50 remaining colonists and roughly 90 Wampanoag tribesmen attended the “First Thanksgiving.”   US History

What are the most popular Thanksgiving pies?
–Apple – 20%
–Strawberry – 19%
–Pumpkin – 16%
–Cherry – 13%
–Blueberry – 9%
–Pecan – 8%
–Chocolate – 5% 
–Lemon Meringue – 8% Huffington Post 

What to wear to Thanksgiving Dinner?
Thanksgiving is a time to catch up with friends and spend time with family. Wearing something comfortable should be a priority.

Thanksgiving, Gratitude, Appreciation Quotes | Thanksgiving Is The Enemy Of Discontent And Dissatisfaction And Other Quotes

Thanksgiving, Gratitude, Appreciation Quotes | Thanksgiving Is The Enemy Of Discontent And Dissatisfaction And Other Quotes

Thanksgiving, Gratitude, Appreciation Quotes | Thanksgiving Is The Enemy Of Discontent And Dissatisfaction And Other Quotes

I love collecting quotes and sharing them too. Quotes are simple and yet very effective in delivering messages. They are also inspiring and motivating and have special ways of lifting up our spirits when we are feeling low.

Giving thanks never goes out of season and we can certainly learn to be grateful everyday as it helps to improve our health and leads to better quality of life. In addition to quotes, I also find music to be very up lifting and inspiring. 

“If there was ever a secret for unleashing God’s powerful peace in a situation, it’s developing a heart of true thanksgiving.”
Lysa Terkeurst

“Joy is the simplest form of gratitude.”
Karl Barth

“One of the main reasons that we lose our enthusiasm in life is because we become ungrateful..we let what was once a miracle become common to us. We get so accustomed to his goodness it becomes a routine.”
Joel Osteen

“No matter what our circumstances, we can find a reason to be thankful.”
Dr. David Jeremiah

“If I do not feel a sense of joy in God’s creation, if I forget to offer the world back to God with thankfulness, I have advanced very little upon the Way. I have not yet learnt to be truly human. For it is only through thanksgiving that I can become myself.”
Kallistos Ware

“Rest and be thankful.”
William Wordsworth

“Instead of waking up every day saying, ‘Poor me,’ how about you get up and thank God you can get up!”
Tomi Lahren

“I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.”
Gilbert K. Chesterton

“Every once in a while God allows you to stub your toe as a kind reminder to be grateful for the miraculous body attached to it.”
Richelle E. Goodrich

“It is only with gratitude that life becomes rich!”
Dietrich Bonhoeffer

“People complain about the bad things that happen to em that they don’t deserve but they seldom mention the good. About what they done to deserve them things”
Cormac McCarthy

“Be thankful. God has commanded it for our good and for His glory. God’s command to be thankful is not the threatening demand of a tyrant. Rather, it is the invitation of a lifetime—the opportunity to draw near to Him at any moment of the day.”
Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

“Those blessings are sweetest that are won with prayer and worn with thanks.”
Thomas Goodwin

“A thankful heart is one of the primary identifying characteristics of a believer. It stands in stark contrast to pride, selfishness, and worry. And it helps fortify the believer’s trust in the Lord and reliance of His provision, even in the toughest times. No matter how choppy the seas become, a believer’s heart is buoyed by constant praise and gratefulness to the Lord.”
John MacArthur

“We pray for the big things and forget to give thanks for the ordinary, small (and yet really not small) gifts.”
Dietrich Bonhoeffer

“God is in control, and therefore in everything I can give thanks not because of the situation but because of the One who directs and rules over it.”
Kay Arthur

“We would worry less if we praised more. Thanksgiving is the enemy of discontent and dissatisfaction.”
H.A. Ironside

“I’m just thankful for everything, all the blessings in my life, trying to stay that way. I think that’s the best way to start your day and finish your day. It keeps everything in perspective.”
Tim Tebow

“Keep your eyes open to your mercies. The man who forgets to be thankful has fallen asleep in life.”
Robert Louis Stevenson

“We can always find something to be thankful for, and there may be reasons why we ought to be thankful for even those dispensations which appear dark and frowning.”
Albert Barnes

Autumn | The Fall Season | Your Questions Answered

Autumn | The Fall Season | Your Questions Answered

Autumn | The Fall Season | Your Questions Answered

What is the autumn season?

Autumn is the season after summer and before winter. In the United States thisseason is also called fall. In the Northern Hemisphere, it is often said to begin with the autumnal equinox in September and end with the winter solstice in December. … In many countries, autumn is the time a new school year starts. Wikipedia

What months are classed as autumn?
In meteorological terms, it’s fairly simple – each season is a three month period. So, Summer is JuneJuly and August; Autumn is SeptemberOctober and November. Metoffice

What does the name autumn mean?
Autumn is a feminine given name derived from the Latin word autumnus, meaning“fall” or “autumn“. The name has been in use in the United States since at least the 1970s and has been ranked among the top 100 names for girls there for the past 10 years. Wikipedia

Is autumn the same as fall?
They refer to the same season, so the only difference between them is how they’re spelled. … “Autumn” has only one meaning: the season that comes between summer and winter. “Fall” is the common American term for the same season. Quora
Why is autumn called Fall?

In the early 1600s as more people started moving into cities, the word harvest fell out of use. Instead, city dwellers began to use the phrase “fall of the leaf” to refer to the third season of the year when trees lose their leaves. The word fall comes from the Old English word feallan which means “to fall or to die.” Dictionary

What happens in the autumn?
In autumn, the leaves start to change color. They change to red, yellow, and brown. In autumn, the leaves start to fall off of the trees. … They fall off of the trees inautumn so new trees can start to grow in the spring.  Mighty Book

Is it cold in autumn?
The autumn temperature transition between summer heat and winter cold occurs only in middle and high latitudes; in equatorial regions, temperatures generally vary little during the year. In the polar regions autumn is very short. For physical causes of the seasons, see season. Britannica

What is the weather like in autumn?
You can see what the weather has been like in the UK in autumns of the past on the Met Office’s Climate summaries pages. The time of year that Keats called the ‘Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’, Autumn is a season famous for its harvest times, turning leaves, cooling temperatures and darkening nights. Met Office 

How does autumn occur?
The cycle of seasons is caused by Earth’s tilt on its axis and the planet’s orbit around the sun. When the axis points toward the sun, that hemisphere experiences summer. The hemisphere tilted away from the sun experiences winter. … At Earth’s equator, the sun is directly overhead at noon. Live Science 

What months are autumn in China?
Officially spring is during the months of MarchApril and May in China. Summer is from June through to August. Autumn is during the months of SeptemberOctoberand November and winter is from December to FebruaryRocket Languages 

What color is usually associated with autumn?
Carotenoids are present in leaves the whole year round, but their orangeyellowcolors are usually masked by green chlorophyll. As autumn approaches, certain influences both inside and outside the plant cause the chlorophylls to be replaced at a slower rate than they are being used up. Wikipedia 

What are fall months in USA?
Since Fall begins at the end of September (usually September 22nd) and ends at the end of December (usually December 21st), it seems much more logical to say that October through December are considered Fall months instead of Septemberthrough NovemberQuora

What is autumn season in India?
Monsoon or rainy season, lasting from July to September. The season is dominated by the humid southwest summer monsoon, which slowly sweeps across the country beginning in late May or early June. Monsoon rains begin to recede from North India at the beginning of October. Wikipedia 

What months are autumn in England?
Seasons are fundamental to how we understand the UK climate and the environment around us, but how do we define when they start and end? In meteorological terms, it’s fairly simple – each season is a three month period. So, Summer is JuneJuly and August; Autumn is SeptemberOctober and November, and so on. Met Office 

Why do leaves fall in autumn?
Leaves must fall. Evergreens can hang on to their leaves through winter, because their foliage is coated in a wax that helps protect against cold, and their cells bear anti-freeze chemicals that ward off winter’s worst woes. Not so for broadleaf, or deciduous, trees. NWF 

What do you wear in fall?
  • Open-toe booties. It’s like a sandal/bootie hybrid. …
  • Leather shorts or skirt. Leather always looks super cool. …
  • Light scarves. …
  • Cropped sweaters. …
  • Leggings as pants. …
  • Suede shoes. …
  • Trench coats. Cosmopolitan 

What do animals do in autumn?
Some animals, such as birds and butterflies, fly to a warmer place in the winter to live and find food. … Gather extra food. Squirrels, mice and beavers stock up on food during the fall. They collect food such as nuts and leaves to store and eat later. Navigator CU 

Is autumn a color?
Autumn leaf color is a phenomenon that affects the normally green leaves of many deciduous trees and shrubs by which they take on, during a few weeks in theautumn season, various shades of red, yellow, purple, black, orange, pink, magenta, blue and brown. Wikipedia 

What color represents fall?
Summer: Green, for the colors of the trees. Fall: Brown and yellow for the color of the leaves. Winter: White, for the color of the snow. Spring: Orange, for the collor of the orange barrels that line the highways. Airliners 

What trees lose their leaves in autumn?
In botany and horticulture, deciduous plants, including trees, shrubs and herbaceous perennials, are those that lose all of their leaves for part of the year. This process is called abscission. In some cases leaf loss coincides with winter—namely in temperate or polar climates. Wikipedia