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Man, can you believe we are snow and iced back in here in Arkansas? It is awful. My fiance couldn’t even get out of our drive this morning and we had cars abandoned in front of our house! It is an awful mess. What’s it like in your neck of the woods?

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123 thoughts on “Enter To #Win $50 Paypal Or Amazon- Flash #Giveaway Ends 3-8

  • It is always hard to adjust losing an hour, but well worth it to have the sun up the extra hour.

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  • No I hate it because I”m used to staying up til 3am already and getting 4 hours of sleep…now I stay up to that same time and losing an hour of sleep every night because I still gotta be up at 7am!

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  • I don’t like it at all… For the next week or so, I’ll constantly feel like I’m running behind

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  • I do not like daylight savings because I love my extra sleep!

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  • I wish that we did not have the time change… Changing the clocks is annoying.

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  • It takes a few days for my body to adjust, then I’m okay with the time change. I wish they would stop changing it every spring and fall though. Thanks for having this contest.

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  • We really do not have to adjust much, if any, just have to remember it is later than it looks outside.

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  • I go with the flow, it is what it is…Have to try to go to bed a wee bit earlier if possible to make up for lost time since time flies!

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  • It usually takes me about a week to adjust, but after that it’s back to normal.

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  • An hour difference doesn’t really effect me and my family.

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  • I’m in Arizona, so we don’t have daylight saving time (most of AZ doesn’t have it). I love not having to change the time twice a year.

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  • I get real groggy for about a week and then I just kind of get used to it

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  • I try to ease into Daylight Savings Time by starting a couple of days before!

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  • I don’t think I notice a difference. I always have a hard time waking up early in the morning.

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  • We do not have Daylight Savings where I live and I really like not having it. I never really saw the point to it.

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  • I change the clocks, the car,oven clock and anything that needs to be changed right before I go to bed the day it needs to be changed.

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  • Daylight savings time isn’t a problem for me. All I do is change the time on my clocks.

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  • I adjust to the time change within a few days.

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  • I wish they would no longer do the time change, it takes me a couple of weeks to adjust.

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  • I don’t do anything different. I don’t notice any thing different until I look at the clock on the computer and remember I forgot to change the clocks.

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  • I adjust to daylight savings time by not sleeping in. I try to get up early and try not to think of the hour lost so it usually doesn’t effect me.

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  • We find of just fly by the seat of our pants. Since we lost an hour, Im going to try to keep the kids really busy today so they’ll want to get to sleep tonight.

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  • I don’t do anything special to deal. The time changes, and there’s nothing I can do. Blah!

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  • I don’t really do anything differently, most of the clocks other than the one on the stove sets theirselves. I do however still bring the kids in by 6:30

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  • I really dislike the time change. I think it is an anachronism that has out-lived its usefulness. To adjust I get up at my regular work time in hopes I’ll be able to get to sleep an hour earlier/regular time.

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  • This weather is making me sick. Hope the warm weather comes soon.

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  • doesn’t bother me at all

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  • I get an extra hour of sleep!

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  • I change the clocks before going to sleep, so I get started at the right time on Sunday.

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  • I usually forget about it, but my computer clock and atomic clock change automatically. We have DST here, but I wish we didn’t.

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  • love these giveaways!

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  • i hate this time change because my body has a hard time adjusting to waking up earlier. It takes me at least two weeks to adjust to the time change.

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  • I LOVE it! I love having more daylight after work! I HATE it in the middle of winter when I get off work at 5 and it is already dark! It also means spring and summer are just around the corner!

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  • I just sleep right through it.

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  • I don’t go to sleep at the same time every night so we usually get used to the time change pretty easily!

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  • I just go with the flow it really doesn’t bother me.I don’t think we even need it anymore.

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  • It takes us a good week to adjust to the time change. I’ll try putting the kids to bed at their regular time tonight and wake them up a little earlier tomorrow.

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  • Energy Drinks the first few days

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  • Honestly, I don’t do much! My kids don’t know it’s daylight savings time, so once a year I get to “sleep in” and once a year I’m up WAY too early 😉

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  • We just deal with it cold turkey

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  • It doesn’t affect me much just need to remember to change the clocks

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  • Spring forward and lose an hour? Better make the coffee extra strong! I wish we didn’t have time change, it’s just a pain that I can see no purpose for in this day and age.

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  • I always forget about it so i don’t do anything special. But i hate losing that hour sleep!

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  • I always forget about it until the morning after!

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  • When I was working, I hated Daylight Savings time-hated losing that hour of sleep! Now that I’m retired, I don’t think I care!

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  • Well, I don’t deal. I have little kids and they don’t know what Daylight savings time. We just adjust slowly.

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  • I love that we have more daylight I know spring is just around the corner.

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  • I do not like it; it confuses me for many days. Thank you

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  • I generally take it as an excuse for more sleep

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  • I wake up extra early to make it easier to sleep at the right time

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  • Don’t usually do anything too different except change the clocks. And when we wake up feeling extra tired the next morning, we kick ourselves for not going to bed earlier 😉

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  • We just try to go to bed early the night before the work/school week starts after the time change. We also just take those first few days kind of slow. We adjust pretty quickly and enjoy that extra hour of sunlight, so in the end, we know the few days of grogginess is worth it.

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  • I try to get extra sleep in advance but mostly I complain until I get used to it.

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  • just keep moving forward

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  • It doesnt really bother me with big difference. i just act like it didnt even change when really it did.

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  • Honestly, I am a cranky pants when I lose my hour. Although I love the extra daylight, I really like my sleep. I try to sleep in that Sunday we lose the hour but I still have obligations and hungry pets that will not allow it. I eventually even out but until I do, coffee is my BFF. Thanks.

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  • I go to sleep extra early to cope with “spring ahead”.

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  • The changes with daylight savings time usually do not have a really big effect on my day to day life, neither good or bad. It’s just one of those things.

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  • Always hard for me to adjust but sticking to a schedule helps me!

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  • I’m usually offtrack for a few days, but eventually, it just becomes normal. There really is no adjustment period for me, just sucking it up and dealing with it (and losing some sleep)

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  • Oh shoot, I had forgotten about it until I read the question. I absolutely hate the time change thing! I wish they would just leave it alone. I don’t know if I have a true way to deal with it so much as I just roll with the punches.

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  • I LOVE daylight savings time. I like it staying lighter out longer. i feel I get more done.

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  • 2015 is rapidly flying by. I can’t believe it is time to change clocks again!

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  • i dont really do anything i never sleep anyways… i think its doing more harm than good at this point and i think we should stop messing with our body clocks.

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  • It usually comes on a night I work and I hate dealing with it. I either lose an hour of pay or work a longer shift. I think it is a useless idea now.

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  • I usually change my clocks beforehand, if I remember. I adjust in about 4 days

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  • Daylight savings is antiquated and annoying. by the time you get used to it it’s over

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  • I dont like having to do it. I do like that it is light outside in the evenings later which is nice. Wish we just stayed on this time coming up and not change at back at all.

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  • Daylight Savings Time does not cause me any problems because I have no schedule. I just do what I need to do when I do it. I stay home 24/7 except doctor’s appointments.

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  • We don’t have it and I’m glad.

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  • I wish they would stop the time changing honestly but I deal with it ok after a few days.

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  • In the beginning it is weird but, after a week i’m back on track.

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  • I deal with daylight savings by adjusting sleep times.

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  • I really dislike losing the hour. I dont seem to have enough hours in my day the way it is and losing one just makes it worse!

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  • We prepare our kids for it a week in advance by moving up their bedtimes 10 minutes every day.

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  • It really does not effect me or my household very much. I set the clocks ahead the day before and just get used to it.

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  • I deal with it by cursing and cussing a LOT . I think we need to stop the madness. Really-it takes me a while to get used to getting up an hour earlier.. it STINKS.

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  • I get the kids to sleep a little more.

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  • The fall back is always rough on me for some reason. Spring forward is a lot easier. I think because we are able to get out a little and are more active

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  • In the Spring I start a couple of day ahead of time trying to adjust, in the fall I look forward to he extra hour of sleep.

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  • It doesn’t take me long to adjust, the first day is a little tough, but after that everything seems fine.

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  • I usually just tough it out for a few days in the spring! I don’t mind the Fall time change at all.

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  • I just adjust automatically..one hour is not much to get hassled about .

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  • I’ve never really noticed a difference, so it doesn’t affect me much I guess.

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  • I just kinda deal with it. It’s really just an hour….and it’s an excuse for an earlier lunch which I love. 🙂

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  • Im in AZ we dont have it & I am happy I dont gave to worry about it.

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  • I hate it my biological clock gets all messed up..

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  • It is annoying to me personally because I feel out of sync for awhile after it changes.I think I really dislike the change in the fall.

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  • The time change does not bother me. I do fine.

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  • I don’t like the Spring Forward because I lose an hour of sleep. I much prefer the Fall Back.

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  • It seems to always take me a week to adjust to the time change. I don’t mind falling back as much as springing forward though. 😛

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  • It usually doesn’t have much of an effect with my day to day.

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  • I have to work early Sunday morning so I’m going to set my clock forward and not stay up too late on Saturday.

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  • I love Daylight Savings time. Losing sleep is just a little glitch. I love the longer days and knowing warmer weather will follow.

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  • I don’t deal with the time change well, as it makes me feel groggier than normal, but I slowly adjust in time. 🙂

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  • Honestly it doesn’t really affect me since I don’t work but when I did it was horrible for the first week or so. I am glad that it is getting warmer since my skin is so dry in the Winter.

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  • USUALLY the time change doesn’t effect me as long as I don’t go to bed too late!

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  • I have a beer before I go to bed because it usually takes me about a week to get used to the change as far as my sleeping habits go!

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  • I wish we didn’t have the time change at all!

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  • I hate it!! I wish it stayed this way. I don’t like it being 8pm and there still being light outside.

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  • time change doesn’t bother me, its nice to see it stay lighter out at night

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  • I don’t need to adjust-I love the time change!!!!

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  • I love springing forward and don’t mind it all.

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  • It usually takes me about a week to get used to the change.

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  • We do have DST and I love it! I don’t do anything special to adjust, just change the clocks and go!

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  • I really don’t notice a huge difference, it’s a little aggravating because it throws our dogs’ schedules off more than our own.

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  • I usually take a few days to adjust, but once that’s over it just seems normal.

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  • The time change does not seem to bother me. I like the idea of it being light later at night than in the morning.

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  • I just don’t have a choice so do my best to deal. 🙂

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  • Freaking SUCKS. Hate losing an hour of sleep 🙁

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  • Usually I just roll with whatever the clocks say.

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  • I drink lots of extra coffee!!!

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  • Man gets used to everything. Change the time on the hour, not much impact on human

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  • I have mixed emotions about time change, though I love daylight till 9pm in the summer I hate the mornings

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  • I don’t ever have a problerm with the time change

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  • I really don’t notice it much except it will now stay light later which gives me more energy to finish out my day instead of plopping on the couch watching tv so early!

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  • I do not mind daylight savings time because I simply go to bed earlier.

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  • I like that we will have more daylight, but as I have to get up at 3:30 every morning for work AND I work on Sundays, I do not look forward to losing that precious hour of sleep!!

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  • The time change doesn’t affect us other than to turn the clocks ahead.
    thank you

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  • Well, I just look at it that when you loose the hour, it means you do not have to wait so long for lunch to roll around… 🙂

    Lois

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