Daylight Savings, huh?

Daylight Saving Time Starts                                               Daylight Saving Time Ends

I’m not sure there’s any difference in my modus operandi when the time changes one hour forward or back.    I know I appreciate the later daylight hours.  🙂  I guess that would make me more “pleasant” bc I’m happier.  🙂   It could also make me more “productive” bc of the more hours to work in the day.  So I guess that means there IS a difference in my modus operandi when the time changes!  Never have thought about it before.  I’m not sure it could make me more “punctual,” though.  My MO there is that  I’m usually early or right on time.

What difference does it make for all y’all out there?  Any stories to tell?


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Janette is an author of Romantic Paranormal Fantasy. CONNECTIONS, her first series, is Indie published. You can follow her or sign up for her newsletter, and learn more about her new releases as they become available, at She lives in the beautiful and prolific Pacific NW of the USA.
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9 Responses to

  1. Patricia Kiyono says:

    Since I tend to be a night owl, I like having more daylight hours, especially if I’m driving somewhere. But it really doesn’t make a different in what I do or how quickly it gets done.


  2. I guess you’ll have to hear how it changes me, if it does, on Friday. But I would have been interested to hear WHY you are happier…is it the warmth? The idea that winter is gone? Do you feel sunlight deprived in the winter? You always leave us wanting MORE!


    • pjharjo says:

      I’m sorry you feel I always deprive you of “MORE,” Tonette. Not my intention. 🙂 I’m not sure the reason – never given it much thought. I do find nights and winter are more depressing than light and summer, though. 🙂 I look forward to your Friday post!


  3. jeff7salter says:

    I’m still thinking about this topic, so I may not know how I feel til Hound Day.
    But I’m certain of one thing (in my case, anyhow): when I had to get up every morning at 5:25 to drive to work, I hated the time changes. Now that I’m retired, it’s not nearly as dramatic.


  4. pjharjo says:

    I can’t associate or understand why you hated the time changes before you retired. I’ve never been lucky enough to have to get up every morning at 5:25 to drive to work. Time changes have never been dramatic for me.


  5. Ann Kilter says:

    Now my clocks are all correct again!


    • pjharjo says:

      LOL! The time change being on a Sunday this year almost messed me up about the church service time. I use the clock on my phone for an alarm bc I know it will always have the correct time on it and I changed my bedroom clock before I went to bed on Saturday, so that was good. Then as I was out and about in my home getting ready on Sunday morning, I looked at a clock that told me I was running early and had lots of time! Thankfully I remembered the clocks outside my bedroom were wrong before I was really late!


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