Here's some tips to try to make this change easier:
Saturday, October 31, is a big day -- not only is it the much-anticipated (by kids) Halloween, it's also the much-anticipated (by parents) last day before the time change. At two a.m. on Sunday, November 1, we "fall back" and gain an extra hour of daylight in the morning.
The country's will launch a new time zone on Aug. 15.
The time change is indeed confusing, but we'll gladly take more daylight, especially since it won't impact these stunning
There's no need to hit the snooze button on Nov. 2, because the end of daylight saving time will give you that extra hour
Archeologists occasionally dig up strange artifacts that make no sense. Carefully crafted in gold or silver, they obviously
Before we had our sons, the extra hour every fall meant more time to work, explore New York or watch one more episode of our latest binge. Now, the end of Daylight Saving Time represents waking up in the dark and adding 60 more minutes to the grouchiest part of our evening.
What measures do you take to make sure you get enough sleep? Tell us in the comments below. In this highlight from the event
Be aware of your bedtime routine as the clock springs forward -- otherwise you might fall back asleep at the wrong time.
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