3 Tips to Help You Adjust to Daylight Savings Time & The New Spring Season

3 Tips to Help You Adjust to Daylight Savings Time & The New Spring Season

March 09, 2020

Daylight Savings is here, and we couldn’t be happier for longer daylight hours and the coming of warmer weather. And while losing an hour of sleep is an adjustment at first, these tips will help you take advantage of the new season.

1. Get up and get moving.

Spending more time outdoors is an automatic mood booster, and a good way to bring in the new season. Choose to sit on the patio instead of staying indoors, take the dog to the park, or simply go for a walk to help yourself adjust to the time change.

2. Review your goals for this year and evaluate if you’re on track.

As unbelievable as it seems, the first quarter of 2020 is almost behind us. This is a great time to review the goals you set at the start of the year. Being more productive starts with your lifestyle, so making a habit to check in with yourself can lead to living with more intention. Even if you aren’t still on track to your goals, this time of year can be a reality check to remain focused.

3. You know that home improvement project you’ve been putting off? Do it.

Spring is the perfect time to make those upgrades that you aren’t able to tackle in the winter, which can also help your body adjust to the new season. Home updates like scheduling your routine HVAC maintenance, cleaning out closets, re-caulking windows and even upgrades like automating your window blinds can make the difference in creating a more comfortable lifestyle.

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