time change

Tips for Adjusting to the Time Change
Falling back to Standard Time is touted as getting an extra hour of sleep and that's great but what happens after that first day? Our bodies have to adjust to everything happening an hour later so here are some tips to help you through the adjustment period.
Time to Change Your Clocks — History and Facts
We will set our clocks back by one hour this weekend. You'll get an extra hour of sleep and feel like you are late every where you go for the first week or two but the downside is it will likely be dark by the time you get home from work.
Turning The Clock Back and Forward – Are You a Fan? [POLL]
Are you a fan of springing forward by one hour every year only to turn back time eight months later? This past weekend we changed time yet again, depriving our bodies of sleep and forcing all of our internal schedules into an alteration that can take weeks to recover from. Did you know there is a mo…
Time Change Affects Your Health
If you are tired today because of the time change, you are not alone obviously. We are pretty sleepy this morning. It usually takes a week or two for me to adjust. Hopefully being tired will be the only side effect you have from springing the clocks forward but there are actually four ways daylight …
Time Change Affects Oil Consumption
Are you looking for some relief from the rising gas prices?  According to WebExhibits.org, the United States has toyed with the beginning of Daylight Saving Time to save in the consumption of oil.
Following the 1973 oil embargo, the U
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Time to Change Your Clocks
Its time to get that extra hour of daylight when you get home in the afternoon/evening.  Most of the United States begins Daylight Saving Time at 2:00 a.m. on the second Sunday in March and goes back to standard time on the first Sunday in November.