Time changes everything except something within us which is always surprised by change.

Thomas Hardy


It’s goodbye long days and hello long nights as daylight savings time gets ready to depart us again.  Can you believe how quickly the summer flew by?  Get ready to set your clock back an hour on Sunday November 2, 2014 at 2:00 am.

Did you know not all areas in Canada do just that however?   All the residents of Saskatchewan (except for Lloydminster) as well as some areas in B.C., Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and Nunavut do not change over to daylight savings time and instead stick with Central Standard Time (CST) , which means they follow the same clock all year round.

So what is the best way to adjust to the upcoming change in time for those of us who do turn the clocks?  Health professionals recommend that people hit the sack early on Saturday night and wake up at their normal times on Sunday.

Sunrise and sunset will be about 1 hour earlier on Nov 2, 2014 than the day before and there will be more light in the morning so they also recommend you soak in the daylight as soon as you get up in the morning and follow your regular schedule throughout the day to help your body and mind adapt.


Hello sweater season!


SOURCE: timeanddate.com


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