This is my favorite part of Daylight Savings, turning back the clock to get in one more hour of sleep instead of losing an hour. No wonder our body clocks are messed up when time changes on us.
Nationaltoday.com has some tips to prepare ourselves for Daylight Savings!
1. Cook a big breakfast--Whether it’s your body’s natural alarm clock or the annoying one on the nightstand, you’ll wake up one hour earlier than usual. While you could use this hour to snooze, why not make the most of it? Spending the time to cook a big breakfast that breaks from the norm is a great way to create a new tradition.
2. Get that extra hour of partying--Many bars around the country take full advantage of the extra hour that comes just before closing time. Find a bar that celebrates turning back the clock by offering drink specials, and revel in the fact that you have one more hour before you’re getting kicked out.
3. Get outside--Early November is a great time to see the leaves changing and feel the crisp air roll in. You’ll be up early anyways, so maybe this is your opportunity to go for an early morning walk or hike. Bring your family or reflect on a stroll by yourself, but whatever you do, don’t let that extra hour of life pass you by!