If you have clocks that made a time change last Sunday like ours did, you’re not alone. Congress pushed the date for the end of Daylight Savings time by a full week but neglected to tell the tech companies around the world. Volia, we have our clocks telling us the time is an hour earlier than it really is. Or has been. That’s about to change. Tick Tock, the clocks change this tonight, or tomorrow (Sunday) morning which ever way you work. Either change them before you go to bed or when you get up but be consistent.
Have you counted how many clocks you have to change on Sunday? I bet it’s more than 10. From your watches to your clock radio to your car clocks, we have loads of them. In our kitchen alone, we have 5 clocks to change! Add in watches, the timer on the lights and the other clocks sitting around and it take us quite a while.
Don’t forget that this is a great time to change the batteries in your smoke detectors. This is one of the most critical batteries you can have in your home. You want it to work without fail so take a few minutes and replace the battery. Your family and your life may thank you for being diligent about that.
Why don’t they just leave the clock set at one time for the entire year? Good question. Ask your Representative in Congress about that. They obviously have nothing else to do.