Early Sunday morning Daylight Saving Time starts, so if that applies where you live, you’ll get to set your clocks ahead one hour.
I love having that hour of light at the end of the day, but it messes up my sleep routine and I feel out of sorts for several days.
Prepare for Daylight Saving Time a little at a time. Go to bed a little early tonight, and tomorrow, Friday morning, wake up 20 minutes earlier than you normally do. On Saturday morning wake up 20 minutes earlier than that. On Sunday morning when your alarm goes off at the regular time it’s just a 20 minute shift instead of an hour. You could wake up feeling rested on Monday morning instead of dragging your feet over the lost hour of sleep.
I’m hoping that my kids who wake up with the sun will sleep an hour later now!
The night before last I didn’t sleep (or even go to bed) at all. The kids took turns waking up every half hour. By four in the morning I reached that crucial decision-making point of whether I should go to bed to get two hours of sleep or stay awake and push through ’til morning.
I don’t think there’s a winning answer to that question. I stayed awake, and it felt like the longest day. What do you do in that situation?