The change is happening November 6.
"'Daylight saving time is awesome!' Said no parent ever."
"So farmers don't stab themselves in the foot with their pitchforks."
- At our gym, I encourage my 6 a.m. class-takers to bring a friend to the early classes that week because getting in the
Changing the clocks has got us thinking about what a difference one hour makes. We all know we would benefit from an extra hour of sleep, maybe another hour to run errands, or an additional hour in our weekends, but how much of a difference can one hour make in your home?
By managing your time as you would a small business, you can cut the excess and focus on what you really find most rewarding.
H/T Tastefully Offensive John Oliver tackled the issue on "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver" this weekend, and if you think
And even though an hour doesn't seem like much in the grand scheme of things, those 60 lost minutes of shut-eye can have
1. Gradually adjust babies' sleep schedules. 2. Tire them out on Saturday. Here are 5 tips to help parents ease the transition
As the annual ritual of setting our clocks back approaches this weekend, we officially "fall back" into "lighting season" where the days get shorter and our lights stay on more hours per day. But because roughly two out of every three bulbs in America's light sockets are still the inefficient ones, we're spending billions more than we need to light our homes.
While much of the United States observes DST, a few places (Hawaii and most of Arizona, for example) do not. TimeandDate.com