Remember to set those clocks forward Saturday night as daylight saving time returns at 2 a.m. EST Sunday.
With the change, it is going to be lighter sooner. That means changes in routines a bit, whether that's driving, bicycling or walking.
Before Thanksgiving, I shared about how I thought the perfect gift for your family was to give them your undivided attention.
Well, with Christmas less than two weeks away, that has me thinking about family even more so these days.
As it turns out, spending time with family is what matters most to us. At least according to The Matter More Project.
Remember to set those clocks back Saturday night as daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. EDT Sunday.
After the change, it will be darker sooner, making driving more dangerous with bicyclists and pedestrians more difficult to see.
Daylight saving time starts tomorrow morning at 2am.
Be sure to set all clocks and watches ahead one hour.
Since you probably won't be stirring at the official oh-two-hundred changeover time, just zip around the house springing-ahead before you hit the hay tonight and you'll be doing fine, unless your one hour shorter night of dreams is besieged by nightmares of having forgotten one...