It’s almost time to move the clocks ahead an hour. But that’s not the only thing you should be doing on March 13.
Daylight savings time rolls around twice a year for most of the country, and while it may moderately disrupt your sleep schedule for a few days, the event is an excellent reminder to tackle those infrequent chores. Even if you own a piece of Phoenix, AZ, real estate (where the daylight savings time change is nonexistent), the days are slowly getting longer from now until the summer solstice, leaving you plenty of time to check off a few extra tasks.
Add these eight tasks to your daylight savings time change to-do list.
- Wash your windows. It’s an arduous chore that, thankfully, needs to be done only periodically. “Unless you have pets or small children who leave smudges, you may not need to clean the inside of the…
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