Daylight Savings

Twice a year we’re forced to adjust our sleep habits, synchronizing our biological and digital clocks in order to squeeze more sunlight into our waking hours. Meanwhile, sleep researchers insist we should be cutting back on our “waking hours” if we really want to “live long and prosper.”  The United States officially adopted daylight savings time for the first time during WWI and again in WWII. The second Sunday in March every year is the time when we “Spring Forward.” This Sunday, March 11th at 2:00am you need to move your clocks forward by one hour.

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