Am I the only one who has missed the savings in Daylight Savings Time?

 How did it get so late so soon? It’s night before it’s afternoon. December is here before it’s June. My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon?

~ Dr. Seuss

I always include a relevant quote in each of my newsletters. The quote above is this week’s quote, chosen because I seem to have lost more than a few hours since Daylight Savings Time took effect.

Don’t forget, my husband works midnights, so our family functions on a different time schedule than most, which is just fine with me since I tend to be a night owl anyway and love to sleep.

But seriously, where has the time gone? I used to have more hours in my day than I do now. Didn’t you?

Maybe it’s cause it gets dark earlier so we feel like the day is over. I mean, sometimes my husband gets up at 3:00 p.m. and the sun sets an hour and a half later.

So in reality, we really have the same number of hours in the day that we’ve always had; it just seems like we’ve lost some.

Usually I try and lay things out for you as logically as I can, but this time, I’m just going to do some thinking, writing, and observing. Here goes:

That’s what I’ve got for now.

Breathe. A lot. Deep breaths. Learn to do it the right way.

Get an essential oil to help you relax. Really. You just swipe some on and wait. A few minutes later all is well and you didn’t even notice it happening. I can’t explain it. It’s magic.

Herbal teas to relax. Relaxing isn’t so much about finding time, but savoring and appreciating what time you have.

We all have the same amount of time each day. Let’s use it wisely.


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