After trick or treat, we tend to ask ourselves: How can I adjust to the time change? Yes, it can be hard getting used to the longer nights after daylight saving time ends. But let’s focus on the positive. We get that extra hour!
Follow these tips for squeezing in self-care, and check out other helpful ways you can learn how to prepare for the end of daylight saving time:
Steal a wink
Getting to bed early could be just what the doctor ordered. Studies show catching a few extra winks has some added benefits, from fighting fatigue to boosting your immune system. So while it can be tempting to stay up late and fight your yawns, try going to bed just 30 minutes earlier.
Get some sun
If falling back will make you miss the golden hour, our sun filled™ LED bulb is here to help. It’s designed to mimic natural daylight, so you can wring a sunny glow out of a notoriously dark day. Plus, it may help you maintain your circadian rhythm. After you’ve adjusted to the time change, you can install it in your living room or home office for everyday shine.
Screen a film
Embrace the lack of light with an evening viewing. Snuggle in with your tried-and-true comfort flick or sit through a new creature feature to extend the spooky spirit. Pair with a glass of your favorite drink and some popcorn for the ultimate cinematic experience.
We hope you make the most of those 60 minutes. And remember, all year round, we’ll be here to help light up your day!