The time has come again to set our clocks back this Sunday, Nov 3 at 2 a.m. Of course, your smart devices should all set automatically.
When we set out clocks back, we are going back to Regular Time. Daylight Saving Time started in 1966 when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Uniform Time Act. The law established daylight saving time from the last Sunday in April through the last Sunday in October.
What will you do with your extra hour? Here's a few suggestions:
- Enjoy one hour of uninterrupted time with your spouse or significant other.
- Sit in the park and enjoy the quiet.
- Call your parents or family.
- Call a friend to catch up.
- Tackle at least one thing (if not more) on your to-do list.
- Try a new recipe.
- Organize your office.
- Catch up on the dishes overflowing in the sink.
- Go outside and take pictures of nature.
If you're thinking about buying a new home in Berks County, you can use our home search tool and take an hour to really help look over some of the great homes for sale here. And be sure to call us on Monday when you find a home you want to look at.
Make sure not to forget to "fall back" this Sunday!
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