Saturday, March 7, 2015
Clocks move forward one hour overnight
The annual ritual of adjusting those home timepieces that don't adjust themselves is upon us, as we move into Daylight Saving Time at 2 AM.
The timely reminder and rule of thumb to remember is "Spring Forward, Fall Back" which of course means we lose that hour of valuable sleep overnight. Though coming a few weeks before the actual arrival of spring probably means we need a new slogan...
Circle November 1st on your calendar for when you can reclaim the missing sixty minutes of slumber.
While you prepare to move those hands of time forward, a little background information for the task at hand
Daylight Savings Time 2015 starts this weekend
Daylight Savings Time: 4 sleep tips for parents
Daylight Savings Time 2015: 6 eye-opening facts about the time change
Clocks spring forward on Sunday, spring 2 weeks away
When Daylight Saving Time Was Illegal
The Financial History of Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time: Negligible Energy Savings, Possibly Deadly?
Why turning your clocks forward Sunday actually costs you money