Fall Back to Standard Time This Saturday Night
It's that time of year, we "Fall Back" to Standard Time this weekend... wait a bing-dong minute, you mean we have to subject ourselves to an extra hour of 2020? Isn't this reason enough to stop this madness?
2020 has been a rough one for all of us, some much rougher than others but at the very least extra stressful for all. You know by now that Lisa loves to set those clocks ahead in Springtime and she and I argue about it every year. I say pick one and stick with it, I don't care which one. Lisa loves the spring forward because it's a reminder of summer fun is on the way. We ended the Friday show with a great compromise at least for this one, sleep the extra hour of 2020 and maybe it won't bite you.
Don't forget to turn your clocks back one hour at bedtime Saturday night as we return to Standard Time this weekend. The time change actually occurs at 2 AM on Sunday but the easiest thing to do is set it back when you go to bed.
The good news is you and I get an extra hour of sleep this weekend. Once we are back on Standard Time, you will notice that it gets light an hour earlier in the mornings and dark an hour earlier in the evenings.
Daylight Savings returns in Sunday, March 14, 2021 when we will Spring Forward one hour, and with any luck, be having a wonderful year.
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