Ugh. You’re up an hour early, your body hates you for it, and even a gallon of coffee can’t get your day on track. Daylight saving sucks. But you know the worst part? It doesn’t have to be like this.
We’ve all been late to something thanks to Daylight Saving Time, and the spring forward can also mess with your sleep. This year, prepare yourself now to make up for that lost hour.
If you're in North America, tonight is that horrid night when you lose a perfectly good hour of sleep through no fault of your own. Yes, at 2AM Eastern time, responsible clock owners are all supposed to move the little hand ahead one hour. Does this time travel ever screw you up?
I completely forgot that I get an extra hour of that precious, precious thing called sleep tonight. Since I'm probably not the only forgetful Lucy around, here's a reminder to set your clocks back and snooze a bit longer.
With Daylight Saving time moved up a few weeks, there were rumors of a Y2Kx2-like end of the world scenario. I woke up this morning (forgetting that I got started an hour late), and while it seems like everything in the world is normal at first glance, I'm fairly certain that we are all suffering from post-blast…
Those of you with Windows Mobile phones may be an hour late or an hour early to all your appointments at certain times this year, thanks to the Daylight Saving Time adjustment of 2007. What can you do? Follow the steps listed on the link.