Ways to ease Daylight Savings transition

     Yesterday was a very special day for me. My grand daughter was Baptized and having an extra hour to get ready was very nice.  The strange part of the day was the morning because I didn't remember. I was going by the time on my oven for the first two hours.  It also got pretty weird at night.  I kept watching T.V. because it was early. Even though I felt like I wanted to go to bed. That's one of the ways the extra hour throws us off on Monday. So my first suggestion is go to bed when you feel you should and don't worry about the time. Here are a few more. 

1. Change your clock gradually, 10 minutes every once in a while until it catches up.

2. Don't eat extra snacks before bed. You will feel lousy the next day.

3. Keep up with your workouts. Get to the gym on time to keep your energy up.

A new poll says 74 percent of Americans don't see the need for Daylight Savings.

Source: Pop Sugar.  

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