We can’t give you your hour back, but we do have some energy-boosting suggestions to help you get through the coming groggy week.
Nicole Clausing – March 6, 2020 | Updated March 12, 2021
We’ve heard it said that April is the cruelest month, but that thief of time we call March can be rough, too. Daylight Saving Time starts this weekend, meaning that Monday morning the alarm will go off at a time that feels extra early, and most of us will show up to work extra sleepy. (Renegades Arizona and Hawaii, we’re looking at you admiringly right now.)
Nothing completely makes up for losing that hour. (Well, except for that happy day when we “fall back” into sanity—but that’s not until November 7 this year.) But we can offer some suggestions to help you feel better rested and more focused.
Source: Daylight Savings Self-Care Tips for When You’re Feeling More Tired Than Usual – Sunset Magazine