When do you change your clocks for Daylight Savings Time?
When do you change your clock? Before going to bed, precisely at 2 a.m., or the next morning?
We change them early in the evening and then I spend then next week subtracting an hour to know the "real" time.
I usually change them before going to bed, but last night, I ended up falling into bed exhausted and ended up having to change them this morning.
What is hilarious is my husband is a change it the night before person and I am a change it the morning after person. Our first year together, we double changed the time falling back and REALLY messed up the household! It was good that it was a Sunday morning! We were extremely early!! It really takes me a while to get into my rhythm with the new schedule every time!
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