How to Survive Daylight Savings Time
Daylight Savings Time is being crammed down our throats on Sunday. Many semi-trustworthy internet sources has confirmed that, yes, this is bullsh*t.
Also, clocks move ahead one hour. We lose an hour. A full hour of precious sleep.
If you’re like me (and if you are, I’m sorry), Daylight Savings Time changes suck. So I looked up some tips on surviving this bi-annual abomination.
HOW TO SURVIVE DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
Say “NO” To Extra Caffeine: Less sleep = more coffee, right? WRONG (according to the “experts”). Don’t consume more coffee than usual, and stop drinking coffee at least six hours before bedtime.
Have a Dry Saturday: Don’t get blackout drunk Saturday night. Alcohol messes with your sleep cycle.
Make Your Bed…a Sanctuary: Don’t just flop some sheets and a blanket onto a mattress; make it an oasis. Make your bed a place to look forward to going, then go to there. Just set an alarm if you have to wake up early on Sunday.
Stay on a Schedule: You’ll want to sleep in after losing an hour, but don’t. Try staying on your usual schedule. Although pretending that I didn’t lose an hour of precious, precious sleep isn’t among my talents.
H/T: Huffington Post