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37 comments:

  1. I don't deal with the time change at all. Next Monday morning going to work isn't going to be fun.

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  2. I make sure to get enough sleep. I don't have any caffeine the day before.

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  3. I do pretty good since my pain wakes me up early anyways, but my teenage daughters don't like it at all. I think the hardest ones hit in the house are the cats during the fall time change. I swear that they have a alarm clock for a stomach, they get wet food every night at 5 PM which then turns to 4 PM due to daylight savings and we have to gradually move it back to 5 PM, but every day we wait a little longer you'd think we were starving them and that they didn't have dry food 2 feet away.

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  4. I don't adjust well to daylight savings time. My sleep schedule and the kids sleep schedules get messed up for weeks. I wish they would just get rid of it already!

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  5. I don't really have to do anything to deal with this time change. It is when we set the clocks back in the fall that usually messes with my inner clock.

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  6. I start going to bed earlier tonight, then come Sunday, I am already pretty used to the change. Works for me :)

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  7. I adjust my schedule a little bit at a time leading up to the time change so I can adjust to it better.

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  8. I don't like the spring time change. i always feel like I need more sleep and it is so dark in the morning!!

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  10. I gradually adjust my sleep schedule a week prior to daylight savings.

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  11. We just try to have a lazy day whenever we need to change clocks. It lets our bodies adjust easier, I think!

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  12. I don't work outside the home so the time change doesn't have much effect on me.

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  13. It doesn't really affect me thankfully!

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  14. My body always takes a long time to adjust to the time changes. It doesn't matter if we lose or gain an hour, my brain still wants to stay on the old time!

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  15. It bother me until Monday because I work with people online that don't have the time change.

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  16. I make sure to try to go to bed earlier, Though it never works.
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    JJs2468@aol.com

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  17. I try to go to bed earlier that evening and hope my sleep can stay or get back on track quicky

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  18. I honestly don't even notice the time change. I just go about my day as normal.

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  19. During Spring forward I usually set the clock right before I go to bed and just deal with the hour I don't get by being slightly cranky over breakfast :)

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  20. I usually get up an hour or two earlier the day before so I fall asleep earlier and automatically adjust to the time difference.

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

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  21. We try to adjust our meal time immediately to the new time change. If we do that, then it seems as though bed time for the little ones seems like a more natural time for them. We also slowly try to adjust their schedules to the new time change.

    Maureen
    maureen.tenney@gmail.com

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  22. It is always hard for me to adjust. It takes me a week or so and I don;t have a solution.

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  23. I don't do much . I'm glad the sunlight is out for a longer time.

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  24. The hour time change doesn't seem to affect us very much.

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  25. Time change doesn't affect me since I'm retired and don't need to be anywhere at a certain time.

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  26. I don't like it very well. I wish that they would just leave it alone. But we do get use to it..

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  27. I try to adjust my bedtime accordingly. I hate to spring forward during the week. Love that it's on Saturday this year!

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  28. I can't lie. It was a rough morning today. I think we are going to make sure we go to bed early tonight so it doesn't affect us tomorrow as badly.

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  29. Ahhh, this is my least favorite night/morning combo! I am grateful that it falls during a weekend. It still makes Monday morning, and the first week, tough to get adjusted to for me. I am definitely a fan of the "fall back" time of year. ;)

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  30. So far so good, but this is only the beginning of day one. I usually have a couple week adjustment period where I feel really off after the time changes.

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  31. I actually enjoy daylight savings time; it means summer is coming. At first it's annoying because I lose and hour of sleep and it's dark when I wake up, but that quickly changes. Also, when we switch the clocks I have about two weeks where the time difference between where I live and where my parents live is just 6 hours (as opposed to 7), and that hour difference is huge, and it's much easier to talk to them.

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  32. We try to adjust by 10 minutes a day during the week leading up to it.

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  33. It takes a couple days to get adjusted but I DO LOVE having time in the evening with extra daylight. Maybe we can just leave it this way.

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  34. I went to sleep earlier than usual. Definitely helped

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