The dark, chilly days of winter are almost over. Can you believe it?
This weekend marks the beginning of Daylight Savings. Early Sunday morning, most of the country will set their clocks ahead, losing one hour of sleep in order to gain an hour of sunlight.
While adjusting to the new daylight hours can be difficult—recent studies have shown a slight increase in heart attacks the first couple of days following the time change, and others have found that traffic accidents rise the Monday following the switch—this is the first sign that long, sunny days and warmer temperatures lie ahead.
Since this probably seems impossible to those of you still getting slammed with snow, we’ve put together a list of things Daylight Savings brings for you to look forward to:
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