Daylight Savings Time
Spring forward, fall back - use these tips and tools to stay rested.
On Sunday, November 2, we fall back. While many people celebrate the "bonus" hour of sleep, parents of small children often bemoan the fact that their kids did not get the memo, with early morning wake-ups going from bad to worse. With a little planning, parents can ease the time change and stay on schedule with minimal disruptions. Susie Parker of Sleep Baby Love, 2014, sleepbabylove.com
In the wee hours of spring each year you may notice that it is getting lighter a bit earlier and inwardly shout “hooray!” I know that I am ready to put away the snow shovel and gloves and spot some spring bulbs coming up in the garden! Another sign of spring that may take a little more adjustment is moving our clocks forward an hour. Fun fact: Daylight Savings Time was established to take advantage of the longer daylight hours of summer and originally suggested by Ben Franklin in order to ...