Do not forget. Gentle Reminder:
Yeh right I can picture you getting up and changing all of your clocks!!
So by reading this little post you are reminded to change your clocks.
“With leaves swirling and an autumn chill in the air, nature reminds us it’s time for most Americans to set the clock back.”
And your watches.
And clocks in your car.
And check your computer, smartphonem DVD, microwave, oven and anything else with a little clockster in it.
Because it’s that good old “we get an extra hours worth of sleep” time.
Cute little Energizer bunny!!!
But if you have sleeping problems:
“Tips for return of daylight standard time
Early Sunday, daylight-saving time ends. You get an extra hour – to sleep or do whatever you want – so you shouldn’t complain.
But the change can still be a bit discombobulating.
Here are some tips to make the change smoothly.
1. Reset your clocks early Saturday so you can start to adjust to the time shift. (Do remember not to mess up any appointments.)
2. Try to shift your bedtime in increments – it may help.
3. You may feel extra-hungry because your meals will come later. Again, try to shift eating times incrementally.
4. Kids might find their outdoor play time cut short by the early darkness. You might want to come up with some indoor games to help them burn off a little energy before bedtime.
5. Be aware of and plan for comfort and safety issues, especially with older kids who may be walking home in the dark. Parents might have to do more schlepping.
6. Try to make time today and during the day Saturday to get outside and see some sunshine, so that you don’t feel too daylight-deprived.