Friday, March 9, 2012
How To Survive 'Spring'ing Forward
It’s that time of year. Just when you’ve gotten your body clock used to getting up in time for work – you have to push your clock forward in order to catch up with Daylight Savings Time.
And all for what?
You’ve never actually understood the appeal of Daylight Savings Time. Me neither. But I’ve heard rumors that the switch in time prevents accidents and makes farmers in Indiana happy.
There are many reasons why Daylight Savings Time should make you happy. It is a sign that the winter season is over and the warmth of spring and summer are just around the corner. It also means that it will stay light later out at night, so you’ll feel more like running errands and exercising after work.
But what about the dark and dreary morning hours? Here’s why you should be happy about Daylight Savings Time from the Stir.com
And for those of you who are dreading turning back your clocks on Saturday night, here are a few ideas to survive Daylight Savings Time from the CBC News.com
If nothing else, it’s a good excuse to go to bed a little earlier. And take some wet lube with you…you never know what might happen.