A Week From Today, We’re All Losing An Hour of Sleep
Prepare for that annual day where we spring forward in time. Daylight saving time begins a week from today and the clocks will move forward an hour.
Judging by the temperatures, it may not seem like it just yet, but we are, in fact, in March. The evenings have been getting darker later and later recently and they'll get a big time jump with that hour moving forward at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 10th.
The good news is there's more daylight to make the days seem longer. The bad news is whether you're sleeping or out partying, you're not getting that hour back (at least not until November). But unless you have an analog clock, you won't have to worry about manually switching anything since almost everyone's phones, computers, and DVRs switch the time automatically.
And if you still have an analog clock, there are two things you need to remember:
- Set your clock back next weekend.
- Get a new clock.