What Will You Do With Your Extra Hour?

posted by Andrea | 11/3/2012
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Normally, we get 24 hours in a day —  no more, no less. However, today is the one day each year when we squeeze out an extra hour — thanks to the end of Daylight Savings!

So what will you do with your extra hour?

Personally, I’d like to spend my extra hour sleeping (we’re hoping to “trick” Nora into going to bed an hour earlier!)

Not only do I turn all our clocks back one hour, I also use this bi-anual event as a reminder to do a few other things around the house.

  • I check and replace the batteries in our smoke detectors.
  • I rotate the mattresses
  • I change the water filter in our refrigerator
  • I open a new tube of mascara (I know you’re technically supposed to do this every 3 months, but I don’t)
  • I change the “head” on my electric toothbrush

For some reason, I never think about these tasks throughout the rest of the year — but whenever it’s time to change our clocks, I magically remember. I guess it’s just a habit I’ve gotten into ove the years.

So before you go to bed tonight, remember to push your clocks back and enjoy an extra hour of sleep!  

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8 comments

  1. Gloria

    11/05/2012

    Sleep. I work 2 jobs and I never seem to get enough sleep.

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  2. Melissa

    11/05/2012

    I don’t get an extra hour now that I live in Arizona. Arizona doesn’t participate in day light savings time. But even though I don’t get the extra hour it is nice that now I’m only 2 hours different than my relatives on the east coast rather than 3 hours like in the summer months.

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  3. Jennifer

    11/04/2012

    The extra hour of sleep was super helpful!!!

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  4. Damian

    11/03/2012

    Just make sure to get the extra things done on your to-do list so you don’t have even more to do. 🙂

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  5. Mary Ann

    11/03/2012

    I hope to enjoy my extra hour of sleep!

    Great list of stuff to do bi-annually. I usually take a minute to wipe down the wall clocks when I’m taking them down to change the time anyways!

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  6. Mary

    11/03/2012

    Wake up at my usual time and have one extra hour to read!

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  7. Katie

    11/03/2012

    I’m hoping to get an extra hour of sleep!

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  8. Calliope (Greece)

    11/03/2012

    oh! in Europe we did this last weekend.
    I like the fall change of time but I don’t like the spring’s because we lose one hour of sleep!
    I don’t usually do anything different around the house, but now that you’ve mentioned I will
    Thanks!

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