Sunday morning is a great time to catch a few extra Zzzz's. Well, this Sunday, you could catch an hour more, as Daylight Savings Time comes to an end. Remember to set your clocks back on hour Sunday morning at 2am, or whenever you wake up on Sunday, unless you are in Hawaii, or Arizona...
I know, I know, Daylight Saving Time began a few weeks ago. It affected every part of my day for at least a week. I blamed everything on Daylight Saving time; my dog getting out of the yard, the check engine light coming on in my car, spilling soda down the front of my shirt.
Admit it, you don't know either. Spring forward...fall back...ends/begins. Why do we have to change our clocks anyway? Aren't we just taking some off the front and moving it to the back and vice versa?
If you are the average adult, odds are your butt is still dragging this week thanks to the weekend time change. Well, according to a recent study , the average adult won't feel "normal" again until Thursday. Here are 5 tips from WebMD to get you back on track.