How daylight saving time affects you

Twice a year the clocks are changed in order to preserve more daylight during our waking hours, and twice a year the population becomes out of balance as a result. During the fall the clocks are moved backward and we gain an hour of sleep. During the spring they are moved forward and we lose an hour – or as some would see it – the change is reversed. How does the time change affect your mental and physical health.?

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The big picture

Picture this, as you have dozens of times before.

Begin scene: You pack a small knapsack of necessities which consists of food, a few toiletries, extra set of clothes, and your passport/ID. You hop in the shower, get dressed, eat breakfast and head to work. No one knows it’s your last day, so you carry on with your normal duties all the while feeling a little less stressed, and a little more carefree. Why? Because you are not coming in tomorrow, or the day after that. When the work day is done you head towards the airport and purchase a one-way ticket to someplace you have never been. 5 to 25 hours later you arrive in unfamiliar setting, without expectations, without responsibilities, and without a past.

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This is your year, what will you do with it?

A new year is 365 more chances to change your life. It’s that time of year when we find ourselves looking back on the past and thinking about things we would like to do differently next year. There is always room for improvement. So here are a few popular new years resolutions along with an idea of how to achieve them if they are on your list!

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