How many times do you say “I just need another hour?” Or maybe its 15 minutes. Regardless, we get more time this weekend thanks to Daylight Savings Time. Here are ten things to do with an extra hour just in case you are in need of some suggestions.
Setting the clock back for an extra hour
It happens on Sunday. We fall back. That means at 2am becomes 1am. You wont run the chance of being late to anything on Sunday. However, if you don’t pay attention, you could be one hour early to brunch or any events, gatherings, or meetings.
Your body clock does not know that the wall clock has changed. It will still be operating on the same rhythm in regards to waking up and such. So if you stay in that rhythm, you will indeed have an extra hour on Sunday.
Time is a gift in more ways than one. I wish I had more time with friends and loved ones who have passed. On several occasions I wish I had more time when running through airports to catch a flight. Or an extra hour on the beach that one perfect day in the islands. While none of us can get that kind of time back, we are given a gift this weekend.
Don’t discount the impact of an hour, or what you can accomplish in a matter of 60 minutes.
If you need help narrowing it down or making a decision on how to spend your time here a few things to consider. perhaps they will help inspire you. Check out this list of ten thing to do with an extra hour.